Thirteen kilometers long, 210 meters wide, but with calli and campielli, rivalry of neighborhoods and passion for regattas, the island of Pellestrina is a true hamlet of Venice, a small fishing village where people still live in the old days, between slow rhythms and the eternal rite of the "ciacole".
Pellestrina is also renowned for the production of bobbin lace whose manufacture is documented since the mid-fifteenth century.

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