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Lignano Sabbiadoro

Aprilia Marittima occupies a strategic position in the north east of Italy, close to numerous attractions. Lignano Sabbiadoro is within walking distance, while Venice and Trieste are a short distance away

Marano Lagoon

The Marano lagoon is fed almost exclusively by rivers (Stella, Turgnano, Cormor, Zellina, Corno, Ausa, Natissa, Tiel), covers 7,300 hectares, while the second, more brackish due to the almost non-existent contribution of the course of water, covers an area of 8,800 hectares. Overall, the lagoon area covers about 16,000 hectares, of which around 2,400 land have emerged. The richness of the landscape and nature is testified by the presence, within the lagoon, of three regional natural reserves: the Foci della Stella nature reserve, the Cavanata Valley nature reserve, the Foce dell’Isonzo nature reserve (island of la Cona) . The first, already famous as the birdlife oasis of the Marano Lagoon, occupies an area of 1,377 hectares and in fact covers the entire surface of the mouth of the Stella river


Venice, the capital of northern Veneto, is built on over 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic sea. It has no roads, only canals – including the artery of the Grand Canal – flanked by Renaissance and Gothic buildings. The central square, Piazza San Marco, contains the Basilica of San Marco, which is tiled with Byzantine mosaics, and the Campanile bell tower which offers a view over the red roofs of the city

Golf Club Lignano

The Lignano golf course bears the famous signature of the architect Marco Croze and extends over an immense piece of land in the splendid setting of the Lignano pine forest. The course has many dangers, but here you can also find beautiful lakes and large bunkers. It was designed to meet all the technical requirements of the best players and even beginners. The Lignano Golf Club has pitching and putting green and a large practice field with nine covered tees


Aquileia is located in the Friuli plain. It is surrounded by green countryside which is reflected in the crystal clear waters of the Natissa River. On its western shore, in the 2nd century AD, the Romans built the city fortress which became one of the most famous cities of the Empire, not only for its military prowess, its economic wealth, but also for its cultural and spiritual magnificence. Archaeological remains easily found everywhere, testify to its illustrious past. The Roman forum was the lively center of city life with its offices, temples, shops, arcades and monuments


Palmanova is a city in northeastern Italy, located 20 km from Udine, 28 km from Gorizia and 55 km from Trieste. Palmanova is famous for its fortress-like plan and structure, imitated in modern times by numerous military architects. On October 7, 1593 the superintendent of the Republic of Venice founded a revolutionary new type of settlement: Palmanova. The founding date of the city commemorated the victory of European forces (mainly supplied by the Venetian republic) over the Ottoman Turks in the battle of Lepanto. On October 7, Santa Giustina is celebrated, elected as the patroness of the city. Using all the latest military innovations from the 16th century, this small town was a nine-pointed star-shaped fortress, designed by Vincenzo Scamozzi. Between the points of the star, the ramparts protruded so that the points could defend each other. A moat surrounded the city and three large guarded gates allowed entry. The outer line of the fortifications was completed under Napoleonic domination. From 1815 to 1866 the city was under Austria, and was annexed 50 years later to Italy together with Veneto and western Friuli. In 1960 Palmanova was declared a national monument

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