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S. Marta

From: Venice Waterbus Stops

Santa Marta is near a port entrance at the southwest corner of Venice's southwest center, on a small canal that runs inland from the larger Giudecca Canal used by cruise ships and water buses.

This ACTV stop is convenient if you're exploring Venice from a river vessel or other small ship at the Santa Marta pier, which is just to the west of the San Basilio Cruise Terminal.

Santa Marta ACTV vaporetto stop

The Santa Marta station is served by:

We aren't aware of any hotels in Santa Marta's immediate vicinity, but the Hotel Tiziano (three stars) isn't too far away.

Note: This station does not have a ticket booth or vending machine, so here's what to do if you need to board a water bus without a valid ACTV ticket or Tourist Travel Card.

Back to: Index of Venice ACTV and Alilaguna waterbus stops

Also see:
Introduction to ACTV & Alilaguna boat stops
Types of Venice waterbus stations
What to do if you don't have a ticket

Related articles:
Venice water buses (what you need to know)
Vaporetto routes
Vaporetto Line 1 (Grand Canal)
Vaporetto fares
ACTV ticket machines
ACTV 24-hour to 7-day travel passes
ACTV maps and timetables
Alilaguna airport boats
More Venice transportation articles

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