Cavallino Treporti and much more! Besides our unique littoral, other sightseeing can be enjoyed from guests in Ca’ Berton Village.We will be glad to give you any necessary indications to visit the interesting sites next to our littoral!

Venice and its Lido defy description. A wonderful place to visit any time of year.
Burano is a typical fishing village built on four small islands in the lagoon connected by bridges. One of the main features of the island is the brightly coloured houses, all painted in different colours: a tradition which probably stems from wanting to brighten up the cold, damp, foggy winter climate.
Murano is an island on the Venetian lagoon, north-east of Venice, situated along the canale dei Marani. Just like Venice, is it made up of seven smaller islands, two of which are artificial, divided by canals and rii (side canals in Venetian dialect) but connected by bridges. It is completely urbanised, with a population of about 5,500. The island is famous all over the world for its centuries-old art of glassmaking.
Here you will find a hundred and one opportunities for relaxing and enjoying yourself. There are plenty of other things for you to do if you don’t fancy swimming or lazing about on the beach.
More famous perhaps as the city of St. Anthony, Padua is one of Italy’s most famous art cities, with a history which goes back 3000 years. As far back as the 4th century B.C., Patavium, as it was known then, was a major settlement of the Veneti, and became one of the most prosperous cities of the Roman Empire. Unfortunately only the ruins of the great amphitheatre, a few bridges and the precious relics preserved in the Museo Civico remain from that time
Often compared with nearby Venice because of the numerous rivers and canals flowing through it and which provide delightful, charming views, Treviso can still be recognised by the description of it made by its famous citizen, Giovanni Comisso, who defined it as “a gentle Medieval structure in a bizarre interplay with the clear waters of the rivers flowing through it and which neither the destruction of war or men’s bad taste have succeeded in changing”.
Asolo, “The City of a Hundred Horizons” deserves a thorough visit. Built as a stronghold on the last of a series of hills, the town is permeated with a magical atmosphere: the Rocca (castle), Casa Longobarda, the Cathedral, the Loggia del Capitano, its Venetian palaces and villas surrounded by parks and gardens. Famous for its concert seasons, antique markets and events of all kinds organised throughout the year.