The first church we suggest you to visit is the Basilica dei Santi Maria e Donato, also called Duomo di Murano, situated in the island of San Donato. Dedicated to the Virgin Mary initially, then it changed its name after the coming of the remains of the Saint Donato. Of venetian-byzantine style, a great importance has the mosaic pavement, similar to that of the Basilica of Saint Mark in Venice, and probably contemporary.
Second stop is the Church of San Pietro Martire. Its aspect from the outside is quite simple, but you will be astounded of the inside: in a mix of white and dark wood the church houses works by Tintoretto, Giovanni Bellini and Veronese, as well as a huge work depicting the “The last Supper” near the altar.
The third church surviving is the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli. Inside there are works by Palma il Giovane and Pordenone. The Church is situated in an isolated area, and you can visit it only by appointment, therefore we suggest to reach it only if you booked the visit, or if you still have a few minutes before getting on the boat and want to pass by to see it from the outside.