Moving to the Adriatic Coast you find Comacchio, which once was surrounded by lagoons. Nowadays it is the centre of a fertile plain, the result of a reclamation in the 20th Century. Its old town centre has preserved its original appearance, crossed by a network of canals that still characterize it as a lagoon city.
The economy of Comacchio revolves around its valleys and the sea: fishing and its touristic and natural resources are very important.
The extended seaside resorts in the Lidi di Comacchio, at the edge of the Po Delta Park, are one of the greatest tourist attractions of the Adriatic, where an extraordinary environment is combined with high quality hospitality.