On this page you will find a complete list of the islands of Venice. Apart from the historic center of Venice, there are also numerous islands that are very visited and well-known among tourists. Often, tourists visit the city for just a few days and loose time trying to figure out which islands to visit and how to get to them. This page was envisioned in such a manner to allow you to browse through the articles about most well-known islands of Venice in order to get an idea, in just a few minutes, what Venice has to offer and quickly find the most useful information. Also, each article is backed up with a large number of photos allowing you to really get to know the islands of Venice as fast as possible.
Murano Island of Venice is famous for the Venetian Murano glass and is one of the most visited islands of the city. Hundreds or even thousands of tourists visit it each day eager to take a stroll among numerous Venetian glass stores, cafes and restaurants. Also, here you will be able to visit glass factories and learn about the production of Murano glass that has managed to win the hearts of people around the world for centuries now.
According to most visitors, Burano Island is one of the most beautiful islands of the Venetian Lagoon. Can you even imagine that each house of this island is painted in a different color? Colors are definitely something that sets this island of fishermen apart, but this is not all, there is also something untouchable, maybe the warmth of its inhabitants and the island that even though completely invaded by tourist during summer, do not close their doors to visitors.
San Giorgio Maggiore Island is maybe the most well-known landscape of Venice, as it ends up on almost all photos of the city. All tourists that visit Venice make it to the St. Mark’s Square from where they take photos of the island, but rarely decide to visit this jewel of the city. The island has no restaurants or cafes, nevertheless it is an incredibly charming island, definitely worth visiting.