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Isola Santa Cristina was originally settled in the fifth century as part of a group of garden islands known as Ammiana. Churches, monasteries, and convents were built and thrived on the islands before falling into abandonment by the fifteenth century. Today, Santa Cristina is the only island of the original Ammiana archipelago to survive. It is in the process of becoming fully self-sustainable with its own fresh water source, organic fish, and produce farming; an oasis nestled between the Adriatic Sea to the east, the Dolomites mountain range to the northwest, and the cosmopolitan city of Venice to the south.

The island of Venice can be reached in about twenty minutes by private boat - a luxurious ride past Torcello, Burano, and Murano, across open lagoon waters and wild marshland, straight into the arms of one of Europe’s most cultured and international cities. Exclusive and connected, Isola Santa Cristina offers the luxury of unadulterated space and urban refinement combined. Its fully bespoke offerings range from complete privacy and autonomy to all-inclusive five-star superior service.

In the panorama of the northern lagoon islands, Isola Santa Cristina is an interesting 'anomaly' from an environmental point of view. It is, in fact, a sort of a miniature fishing valley that instead of being isolated is located in the middle of the lagoon itself. This, combined with a high degree of environmental preservation, makes the island of particular natural and scientific interest...

- Ca' Foscari University of Venice

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