Not far from the town of Fratta Polesine, at the confluence of Canale Scortico and Canalbiancon, there is the Pizzon Mill. It is a true example of industrial archeology of considerable importance, being the only earthen mill of the mid-nineteenth century existing in Polesine. The museum itinerary is spread over three floors and allows you


The provincial capital is a city capable of surprising between history, nature and the meekness of its inhabitants. In the past centuries it was a walled city and to understand this, it is enough to climb the Torre Donà, which together with Torre Grimani, are the emblem of the ancient medieval castle. The historic center

Badia Polesine

The origins of the town of Badia Polesine are closely linked to the Community of Benedictine monks, present here since the 10th century and connected to the presence of the Abbey of S. Maria della Vangadizza. In 1200, they were succeeded by the Camaldolesi, who remained in the monastery until its suppression in 1810. Today,


The small town of Canda, is located on the hydrographic left of the Canalbianco and as its name indicates, “can-da” or “place of rest”, has always been in close correlation with the waterway on which the town overlooks. There are numerous Venetian-style villas here as evidence of the domination of the Serenissima in the Polesine


The charming historic center of Castelguglielmo, reachable by sailing on the Canalbianco or through a beautiful walk along the pedestrian path along the river, is striking for its harmonic layout around the large square. The great medieval fortress, once stood in this space. In its memeory, remains the toponym that gives the name to this


The village of Ceregnano begins to form in the Middle Ages and its history is closely linked to river dynamics. It is no coincidence that in Lama Polesine, a fraction of Ceregnano, the Shrine of the Christ of the Flood was built, dedicated to the victims of floods from all over the world. The building

Costa di Rovigo

The historic center of Costa stands out for its elevated position with respect to the surrounding area. The reason? The little town of Costa stands on an ancient riverbed of the Adige, now occupied by the Naviglio Adigetto which crosses the historic centre. The graceful square with its harmonious shapes, amazes for the position –