In Venice, fine dining isn’t restricted to the main island. Hop on the Motonave ferry and take a half-hour journey out to the little island of Mazzorbo. Formerly a spiritual retreat for the rich, Mazzorbo is now home to Venissa, an estate that is home to vineyards, a small guesthouse and this wonderfully elegant restaurant. To call it idyllic would be doing it a disservice. The setting is reflected in the delightful food, with ingredients almost entirely sourced from the surroundings. The seasonal nature of the cuisine means the menu changes almost daily. Venice simply doesn’t get any more tranquil.