With 3,000 inhabitants, this idyllic island is not only adorned with bright and cheery fishermen's houses - making it extremely popular with artists - it is one of the most important centres of the northern lagoon.
Burano is famous for the high quality lace that has been made on the island for centuries. There is a lace making museum open to visitors detailing the history of the craft on the island, as well as changing temporary exhibitions. Burano's leaning bell tower is also a famous sight here.
Fishing is another key activity on Burano and the area has many authentic local restaurants offering plenty of fish and seafood dishes.
Please contact our Concierge to arrange your private transfer and guided Burrano tour or for further information on the daily tours offered to the Island.