Take the road from Ravenna leads to Comacchio, and drive running along the coast. At a certain point, passed Porto Corsini, you will reach Marina Romea, a little sea village in Ravenna, at the back of which develops the brackish lagoon of Piallassa Baiona.
It’s a water basin of about 11 sqm made of water ponds, divided by banks and canals, and inhabited by birds of any kind that mark most part of the beaches north of Ravenna. Not everybody knows, but it is maybe one of the most relaxing and fascinating spots in the whole territory, especially during the sunset hours, when rather than Romagna, it seems to be one of those landscapes in Africa, on the banks of some river.
The sun is burning high in the sky and colours with a million nuances the waters of the valleys, standing out against the historical Pine Forest of San Vitale, which outlines the horizon, filling with wonder the eyes of whoever is watching.