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Full-day excursion to Murano Burano and Torcello from Jesolo - Punta Sabbioni

Experience the traditional artisan crafts and quieter atmosphere of Venice’s lagoon islands with this boat tour to Burano, Murano, and Torcello. Set sail from Punta Sabbioni and cross the lagoon past central Venice to the outlying islands. Enjoy free time at each stop to take in a glass-blowing demonstration on Murano, Burano’s postcard-perfect colorful houses, and ancient lagoon settlements on Torcello.
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Alessandro F wrote a review Aug 2020
Milan, Italy24717 contributions187494 helpful votes
The legend of the beautiful island tells that Leukosia was one of the three Sirens saw by Ulysses during its epic journey. It’s a very small island with a lighthouse and the ruins of the lighthouse Keeper’s house . We hired a boat to visit the island and the marvelous sea.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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CnLToscana wrote a review Jun 2020
Tuscany, Italy113 contributions84 helpful votes
Start at San Marco, Castellabate, 50 min walk along signed private track past villas, some views, to a tiny port and rocky shore. Or start at private entrance to Tenuta Licosa, far west end of Olgiastro Marina, some free parking, the whole promontory is privately owned. From here a flat walk along tarmac partly shaded minor road, if there is no barrier down then locals say just drive in to Punta Licosa and park right there! At Punta tremendous views over to Capri and Sorrentine peninsula - swim in beautiful aquamarine waters, shallow out to the little island with lighthouse, or back along coast path. If snorkelling is really your thing then just stay at the Olgiastro Marina end, un aqua stupenda, abundant fish and posedonia algae, occasional moray & crabs, swim along around corner of Olgiastro tower towards Punta Licosa, tiny bays, water’s so clear you feel as though you’re ‘flying’ gently over the seabed of wonderful slanting slabs of rock 1 - 15m deep if you go out a bit - its stunning snorkelling as great as Sardinia or Giglio with almost nobody else - enjoy!!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Elzzy R wrote a review Jul 2018
Reigate, United Kingdom20 contributions5 helpful votes
We parked in Ogliastro and made our way to the gates at the private road leading to Punta Licosa. From other reviews and research I’d read, there was supposed to be a path. However the man who checked our ID at the little gatehouse was quite clear that there was only a road to walk on. A little perturbed, we decided to carry on anyway. The road was fortunately quiet and we were able to divert off at several points to go through the trees and see the sea. Overall a lovely peaceful walk. It took us about 2 hours at a slow strolling rate with stopping for photos etc. Punta Licosa itself is really just a small harbour with a couple of private houses nearby. You can see walk out onto the rock harbour wall to see the lighthouse. We made our way to a small beach nearby and enjoyed a swim. Nice day out, extraordinarily tranquil compared to the bustling towns nearby.
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Date of experience: July 2018
Mici C wrote a review Oct 2015
Munich, Germany143 contributions69 helpful votes
It is very yrare to be able to walk such long distances on so quite and comfortable roads. Start in St Marco, walk via Punta Licosa and continue to Ogliastro for lunch and back - that will be about 15 km but there are hardly any differences in altitude, so it is not too heavy. You can choose to walk on a paved road or partly in the forrest along the water.
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Date of experience: October 2015
karenatllandenny wrote a review Jul 2015
Southern Wales, United Kingdom15 contributions15 helpful votes
We loved that it was uncommercialised and frequented by locals. Didn't like the beach salespeople trying to sell you their wares!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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