Those who discover the Polesine territory remain enchanted by its nature and by the historical-cultural richness of this land sandwiched between the two major Italian rivers. The whole territory is sparsely populated and crossed by a dense network of canals which makes it unique and particularly suitable for slow tourists in search of new exciting discoveries.
The Polesane area is fully described in this video made by Unpli Polesana with the contribution of the Veneto Region
Fratta is connected to some of these sites thanks to the Adige Po cycle path that runs through the territory from north to south, joining the two rivers (www.ciclabileadigepo.it).
Here are some points of interest:
City rich in religious architecture. It is called the Athens of Polesine for the artistic treasures it contains.
Church of San Michele Arcangelo
San Bellino (www.comune.sanbellino.ro.it)
Parish church and Tomanin artistic glassworks
Church of San Giovanni Battista and Museum of the enterprise of the ancient Mantovani distilleries
Museum of the 43 martyrs of Villamarzana and Church of San Bartolomeo apostolo in Gognano
1951 flood fallen cemetery at San Lorenzo Church
Arquà Polesine (www.comune.arqua.ro.it)
Medieval Este castle
Villa Morosini and San Maura floodplain village