Private transfer to the minor islands around Venice. They’re the least known and maybe that’s why they’re so fascinating. Silent and ancient places, some of them uninhabited, forgotten abbeys and luxurious vegetation, lagoon fauna, stories of captains and ghosts
Its former Benedictine monastery was turned into a military outpost. After being abandoned for 50 years, since the early 2000s, it came back to the ancient splendour with a variety of activities and accommodations: a nautical centre, a hotel with a restaurant and an area for water sports.
San Servolo island
Monks and nuns had there first their residence, then their hospital. Under Napoleon, it became a mental hospital. Today, there’s an international university, a campus and a prestigious hotel where lunch will be served.
San Lazzaro island
The island is completely occupied by the Armenians monks’ monastery. The monk tour leader will tell its long and troubled history.
San Francisco island
Unbelieving tourists are surrounded by the monks’ silent prayers, contemplation and loving care for the Cypress Island.
Return to Venice.
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We have implemented security measures on board our vehicles to guarantee you peace of mind and serenity in every moment of your tour.