From: Venice Waterbus Stops
S 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.
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.
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