Travel comfortably without queues, buy tickets online beforehand:
There is not much to see on Vignole. Most
visitors come to escape for a few hours from Venice, a
city almost without green spaces. You can take a walk on
Vignole or visit one of the two restaurants in summer
(open only seasonally). There are some streets and paths.
However, parts of the island are closed because the
Italian military has a base on Vignole. You can often buy
Vignole's vegetables at the
market in Venice.
The vaporetto line 13 has the following stops:
Venice Fondamenta Nove (also written Fondamenta Nuove) - Murano Faro Island (lighthouse) - Vignole Island - Sant Erasmo with 3 stops - Treporti (mainland).
Many island guests visit the church Santa Eurosia. Around the island there are many yachts and smaller ships. Many Italian visitors to the island probably come with their own boat. There is also a big storage place for wood on Vignole.
Conclusion: Certainly not the most exciting island in the lagoon of Venice. But if you want to see something completely different, you can take the waterbus for 2-3 hours to Vignole. You see a lot of green landscape, exactly what Venice does not have.