Category Archives: Kayaking in Venice

Join us in the Vogalonga 2017!

Join us in the Vogalonga 2017!

Have you ever seen the Vogalonga? It’s a non-competitive rowing regatta in Venice, where everyone can participate.

The Vogalonga is now at its 43rd edition and will take place on Sunday, June 4. Any kind of rowboat can participate, there are no limits in terms of weight, size and numbers of rowers.
This amateur race has no winners at the end of the 30km that have to be covered, so you don’t have to be a professional rower. Read more »

Top 10 things to do in Venice

Top 10 things to do in Venice

In a city full of history and things to see as Venice, deciding what to visit can be hard if you have just a couple of days.

Venice is an incredible city, with thousands of things to see at every corner but which are those that you must see during your vacation? We have selected the top 10 things to do in Venice for you so you can make the most of your trip without missing a thing. Read more »

Sunset in Venice: the best places to watch it on a kayak

Sunset in Venice: the best places to watch it on a kayak

If kayaking in Venice during the daylight hours is an experience you won’t forget, doing it at sunset will go beyond your expectations.

Sunset in Venice is amazing. Let’s imagine the sun reflecting its colors on the water, the sky turning red with some shades of pink and orange and and an absolute quiet all around.

During our night tour on a kayak, we are going to discover Venice at sunset. When most of the boats are not circulating and people are going home.

Silence will paddle with you around the city and you will see the real essence of Venice. Read more »

5 Beautiful spots you can only see by kayak in Venice

5 Beautiful spots you can only see by kayak in Venice

Venice is a city built on water and as you may know, during the Serenissima Republic, the main entrance of all its beautiful buildings were built facing the canals.

In the days of the Serenissima Republic, nobles used to travel around Venice in a gondola, while servants used to go on foot. This is basically the reason why the most beautiful spots of Venice are those on the water. If you visit Venice on a vaporetto, you won’t be able to see the most hidden beauty of the city. On the other hand, if you paddle in Venice, you will see the entire concealed splendor that can only be seen from the canals. Read more »