At the southern edge of the Lagoon is Chioggia, a typical small fishing village, which was at one time one of the most important harbours of the Adriatic.
It stands between the Lagoon and the sea, and has many similarities to Venice itself. We stroll amongst the alleys and the squares of this picturesque little town amongst the sounds of the local dialect that famously marked the Goldoni comedy Le Baruffe Chiozzotte (The Scuffles of Choggia).