Chiesa di San Giacomo dell’Orio
La Serenissima seems serene as ever inside the cool gloom of this Romanesque church, founded in the 9th to 10th centuries and completed...
Chiesa di San Giovanni Decollato
Heady rumours swirl like canal mists around this long-abandoned church named for San Zan Degolà, or St John the Headless, known rather...
Hello, gorgeous: from 18th-century duchess andrienne (hip-extending dresses) to Anne Hathaway's mega-ruffled Versace Venice Film...
Leave it to Venice to invent a family-friendly happy-hour spot: kids play tag in the medieval campo , while parents recover over house...
Osteria La Zucca
Vegetable-centric, seasonal small plates bring Venetian spice-trade influences to local produce: zucchini with ginger zing,...
Campo San Giacomo dell’Orio · interesting places nearby
Al Prosecco information
The urge to toast sunsets in Venice’s loveliest campo is only natural – and so is the wine at Al Prosecco. This forward-thinking bar specialises in vini naturi (natural-process wines) – organic, biodynamic, wild yeast fermented – from the €3.50 unfiltered ‘cloudy’ prosecco to the silky €5 Veneto Venegazzú that trails across the tongue and lingers in the imagination.