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Comacchio Valleys

Strada Poderale Valli Basse, ., 44022 Comacchio FE, Italy

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About Comacchio Valleys

The Comacchio Valleys are a vast protected wetland area located in Emilia-Romagna, between the provinces of Ravenna and Ferrara, south of the Po Delta and north of the Romagna Riviera, constituting one of the largest wetlands in Italy. Formed by 4 valleys: Lido di Magnavacca, Fossa di Porto, Valle Campo, and Fattibello, they extend geographically from Comacchio to the riverReno.



Attractions near Comacchio Valleys

Pomposa Abbey15.94km from Comacchio Valleys

The Pomposa Abbey located in the municipality of Codigoro in the province of Ferrara is an abbey dating back to the IX century and one of the most important in all of Northern Italy . Since December 2014, the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities has managed it through the Emilia-Romagna Museum Complex , which in December 2019 became the Regional Directorate for Museums.

Teodorico Mausoleum29.76km from Comacchio Valleys

The Mausoleum of Theodoric, in Ravenna, is the most famous funerary construction of the Ostrogoths. We do not know exactly when and by whom it was built, that is to say, if the same Theodoric the Great himself, still alive, ​​provided for its realization, or if his daughter Amalasunta provided for it close to the death of his father.  The mausoleum has been included, since 1996, in the list of Italian World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, within the serial site " Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna "

Mausoleo di Galla Placidia30.26km from Comacchio Valleys

The mausoleum of Galla Placidia dates back to the first half of the fifth century, approximately after 425 AD, and is located in Ravenna, not far from the basilica of San Vitale.  Its functional identification with a funeral building and that of its client, the Empress Galla Placidia, are widespread in the academic environment, but neither is certain: the building may have been a simple chapel pertaining to the church of Santa Croce, to which it was connected with a narthex which was later destr

Basilica di San Vitale30.32km from Comacchio Valleys

San Vitale is a minor basilica, as well as a parish and titular church, located at Via Nazionale 194/B in the Rione Monti.  It is one of eight structures in Ravenna inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Roman Catholic Church has designated the building a "basilica", an honorific title bestowed on exceptional church buildings of historic and ecclesial importance.

Battistero degli Ariani30.49km from Comacchio Valleys

The Arian baptistery is located in Ravenna and was built at the time of the Ostrogothic king Theodoric, starting from the end of the fifth century, finished shortly after, in the first half of the sixth century. It was the baptistery of the ancient Arian cathedral, today called the Church of the Holy Spirit.  The baptistery has been included, since 1996, in the list of Italian World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, within the serial site " Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna ".  Since December 2014.

Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo30.7km from Comacchio Valleys

The basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo is a basilica of Ravenna. Born as an Arian place of worship, in the 6th century, it was consecrated to San Martino di Tours. The current name of the basilica dates back to the 9th century, a period in which the relics of the proto-bishop Apollinare, due to frequent pirate raids on the Ravenna coast, for safety reasons, were transferred from the basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe to the intramural basilica of San Martino which was renamed, in fact, Sant'Ap

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