Best Things To Do in Chioggia, Italy

Whether you're visiting Chioggia for a few days or are a localite, Chioggia is sure to have something new for you. Explore our guide that tells you about the best tourist places to visit and things to do in Chioggia. This guide will give you an idea about the popular attractions, upcoming tourist spots, and off-beat things to do in Chioggia. This makes it easy to plan weekends or long vacations in Chioggia. We have compiled this cool stuff to do in Chioggia keeping in mind the points of interest for families, groups, and romantic couples. Looking at the activities for adventure junkies in Chioggia listed here will get the blood rushing and adrenaline pumping through your veins.

Check out free places to visit in Chioggia which you can visit without spending a penny. Handpicked tours, day trips, and excursions in Chioggia will make your visit comfortable. You will also find the opening and closing time, along with the time required to cover major attractions. This will help you to have a flawless plan without much hassle. We have also included eateries in Chioggia recommended by locals.

Tourist Attractions in Chioggia

Take a look at these famous tourist attractions in Chioggia that are a must-visit!

  1. #1 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    New Dandy Bar

    Tags: Bar, Food And Drinks, Adults

    Address: Via M. Polo, 54, 30015 Chioggia VE, Italy

    Timings: 12:00 am - 01:00 am Details

    The quirky air-conditioned New Dandy Bar can be a great stop after a day full of activities at the beach or for a breakfast before setting out to travel or work. The rooms are immaculate and get natur...Read more

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    Forte San Felice

    Tags: Fort

    Address: Sottomarina VE Port of the breakwater Sud, Italy

    Forte San Felice in Chioggia in Italy is one of the major fortresses of the locality. Once you visit this fort, you will be fascinated by what the fort has to offer. The fort is beautifully decorated ...Read more

  3. #3 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    Address: 30015 Chioggia, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

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    Vyaceslav Shynkarenko

    It's really beautiful place. It is worth to visit it

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    Address: Lungomare Adriatico, 30015 Chioggia VE, Italy

    Timings: 08:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
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    Zeek Uno Sandal

    Good service and nice view

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  5. #5 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    Casa Boscolo Luxory Image
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    Address: Calle Dei Bianconi, 1828A, 30015 Chioggia VE, Italy

    Timings: 24-hrs Details
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    Chiara Vago

    Ho scelto questa struttura per le invitanti fotografie che la descrivevano e per passare un weekend di relax a Sottomarina : la realtà ha superato le aspettative. La casa è ubicata nelle calle della...

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    Museo Di Zoologia Adriatica
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    Tags: Museum

    Address: Palazzo Grassi, Riva Canal Vena, 1281, 30015 Chioggia VE, Italy

    Timings: 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Details
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    Carito Smit

    Interesting museum

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  7. #7 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    Address: Rione S.Andrea 1287, 30019 Chioggia VE, Italy

    Timings: 08:30 am - 07:30 pm Details
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    Maria Grazia Lamparelli

    Super!

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  8. #8 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    Tags: Church

    Address: Calle Seminario 736

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    Mattia Sfriso

    Ok

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  9. #9 of 132 Things To Do in Chioggia
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    Porta Santa Maria O Porta Garibaldi Image
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    Address: corso del 30015, Corso del Popolo, 964, 30015 Chioggia VE, Italy

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    Thomas Ozbun

    The only city gate of the city, it served as the only entrance to the city once it was lined by walls. Pope Pius the VI walked through it on his way to Vienna.

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