Friendly village in unspoiled nature
Sant'Alberto is a small village located about 14 km north of Ravenna bordering on the valleys of Comacchio in the unspoiled nature of the Po Delta Park. The Este dynasty, which used to rule Ferrara, built the Palazzone garrison here in the 16th century. Today it houses the nature museum "NatuRa" dedicated to Ravenna's nature scientist Alfredo Brandolini. Brandolini’s bird collection is among the museum’s exhibits. Sant'Alberto's Renaissance parish church is lined with several important pieces of art, such as the "Crowning of the Virgin" by Luca Longhi and "Our Lady of Sorrows" by Ballanti Graziani.