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AGRITOURISM IN THE HEART OF LAGUNE VENETE IN CAVALLINO TREPORTI

Le Manciane is located on Via Lio Piccolo in the town of Cavallino - Treporti, in the centre of the northern lagoon of Venice. Our farmhouse boasts one of the most breathtaking views of the Venetian lagoons in the area and is one of the most privileged observation points from which to admire the lagoon islands of Burano and Torcello, as well as the Dolomites beyond. The farm is family owned and encompasses 10 hectares of salt water, cultivated for the unique and extensive breeding of precious sea fish, and 5 hectares of cultivated land, thanks to which it is able to offer its customers fresh, seasonal, '0km', slow-food products.
Come and visit us and let us spoil you with our traditional menu of quality Venetian cuisine, including fish dishes and seasonal vegetables, risottos, homemade cakes and of course specialities such as 'Coral de Masaneta'.
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Agricamping- our accommodation

Agriturismo Le Manciane is not just the home of good organic fish and local food. In our green and abundant location, we offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy seasonal Agricamping. From the Easter holidays to September, our facility has 4 camping pitches available for guests, all equipped with electricity and two blocks of shared toilets. Immerse yourself in nature and enjoy the wonder of your Venetian surroundings. From these pitches you're just a step away from all the area has to offer: relaxing countryside walks and hikes, pedalos, sunbathing on the beaches of the Cavallino coast just 15 minutes by car, or trips on motorboats to explore nearby Venice and the lagoon islands of Burano, Murano and Torcello.
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Venetian violet artichokes

At our facility in the town of Cavallino - Treporti, from May to June, you can buy a delicacy typical of the Northern Laguna of Venice: the violet Artichoke of Sant'Erasmo. This unique and magical vegetable grows on the lagoon islands north of Venice and is well-loved in the area and on the slow-food scene for its rich flavour- the king of artichokes! The violet artichoke is known as "castraura" and is famous for being typically tender, fleshy, elongated, prickly and for displaying unusual violet-coloured leaves. There are so many ways it can be and is typically enjoyed: raw, fried, browned or cold with a simple lemon dressing.

Book your visit to our agritourism farm today and discover the unmistakable taste of our own violet artichokes.
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