We recommend some of the most typical restaurants:
- Al Gatto Nero: a family tradition, historical restaurant since 1965.
- Osteria al Museo: in Piazza Galuppi, you’ll be waited on by a young team in a pleasant atmosphere. Recipes of the Venetian tradition with a touch of gourmet cuisine.
If you can’t stop for long, you just can taste the typical sweet of the island: the “Bussolà”, a ring-shaped biscuit, made of a sort of shortcrust pastry containing flour, sugar and many eggs, that you can find in every bakery and pastry shop of the island.
You can taste it strolling around the alleys while admiring the fishermen’s houses, that, according to popular tradition, painted their houses with bright colours to recognize them, on foggy days, returning from the fishing.
One of the best views is from the “Tre Ponti”, a wooden bridge that links three districts of the island. On the bridge you can take wonderful pictures with the colours of the houses reflecting on the water, the leaning bell tower overlooking the island and the sun going down the old fish market with a glimpse of Venice in the distance.