Serenissima

La Serenissima, as Venice was known in antiquity, has always been a prosperous seaport republic, and once dominated the salt monopoly and trade in oriental spices. It was a powerful city, rich in art and culture. Throughout Eastern Veneto this atmosphere is still tangible, and the sumptuous palaces and splendid summer estates bear witness to a glorious past; the stupendous nature areas and romantic lagoon enchant tourists in the magical summer nights.

hotel albergo da gigi venezia

Eastern Veneto, between the Piave and Tagliamento rivers, is the gateway to the Adriatic sea and has a rich history. Occupied by Roman military veterans in 42 A.D., its swamplands were drained and rendered fertile and habitable according to Roman construction patterns in the form of a town called Concordia Sagittaria where the remains of the ancient Roman and Christian civilization can still be seen. Eastern Veneto is now a delightful seaside resort area, scattered with the remains of ancient civilizations but careful to maintain its environmental loveliness. Its farmlands are renowned for their fine wines and other agricultural products. The tours organized inland can provide helpful ideas for the tourist interested in discovering natural, cultural or culinary wonders.

We should not forget, also, that the prestige of “Hotel da Gigi” is also due to its vicinity to many cities of art, culture and history like Annone Veneto, Caorle, Concordia Sagittaria, Cinto Caomaggiore, Ceggia, Fossalta di Portogruaro, Gruaro, Portogruaro, Pramaggiore, San Michele al Tagliamento, Teglio Veneto, Santo Stino di Livenza.