A charming commune in Veneto’s Padova province, Codevigo, offers a number of interesting attractions.
Generally, this town has a temperate and warm climate. So enjoying activities and visiting the attractions in Codevigo at any time of the year is fine.
Two of its old-time churches that are worth visiting are Parrocchia S.Zaccaria and Parrocchia Di Codevigo.
A river boat trip on the Naviglio Brenta, a branch of Italy’s long Brenta River, gives you the opportunity to gaze at large and beautiful sixteenth century villas that were built by Venetian noblemen as a means of rural retreat or resting place.
One prominent villa in Riviera del Brenta, the area surrounding Naviglio Brenta, is Villa Contarini. Initially built during the sixteenth century, this huge and lovely villa, which depicts a Baroque architectural style, offers an amazing view of alleys and lakes.
To find out about lace-making using bobbins, make a trip to the coastal town of Chioggia, which borders Codevigo and resembles a miniature version of Venice.
If you desire to sample delicious pasta e fasoi or risi e bisi, visit Ristorante da Olivo in Codevigo. Agriturismo Vecchia Fogolana offers irresistible local dishes like grilled polenta and salami and gnocchi alla Sorrentina that you can enjoy with your preferred local wine.