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What's Santa Maria di Sala Like?

Visitors are always pleasantly surprised to discover this little gem tucked away north-west of the Venetian lagoon. A pretty, quiet settlement in the province of Venice, Santa Maria di Sala offers much in the way of sightseeing and natural beauty. The grandeur of this areas historical heritage can still be admired in the architectural features of the town and surrounding countryside. The town is wedged between the Via Miranese and the Via Noalese, both ancient Roman roads whose remains can still be spotted amongst the tall grass of the fields and vineyards surrounding the centre. From the Renaissance until the late 1700s, fabulously wealthy and cultured Venetian noblemen erected grand villas in the Palladio style on the Via Miranese and in nearby Mira, such as Villa Barbarigo on the way to Mirano, and the grandiose Villa Mocenigo in Mira. Both of these villas are located a few kilometres from Santa Maria di Sala. In Santa Maria di Sala proper, a palace modeled on Versailles Palace will take visitors' breath away: Villa Farsetti.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Santa Maria di Sala

When visiting this charming town, international travellers should bear in mind that English is not likely to be widely spoken. A smattering of conversational Italian is therefore required for a truly meaningful experience of the town, and to interact with the friendly residents. To eat and drink like a local, look out for the best trattorias in town: here visitors will be able to savour typical Venetian dishes such as Sarde in Saor (marinaded sardines, often served with pasta) and sample hearty local wines such as Vitae Rosso delle Tre Venezie. can find you the best Santa Maria di Sala hotels for a great night's sleep in the beautiful Venetian region.