Magic colors, magic atmosphere.
Caorle is the pearl of the coast! The historical centre and its shops, the Cathedral, the Shrine and the cliff are just some of the characteristic views that have made the town famous throughout Europe.
A historical centre full of streets, little squares and houses painted in bright colors, the blue sea gently lapping the golden coastline and a green lagoon full of life and traditions: over the centuries, because of these wonderful similarities, Caorle has been nicknamed “The miniature Venice”! By studying its history more carefully, though, you realize that the territory of Caorle and its hinterland have origins that are much more ancient than those of the ancient maritime republic and that they have experienced periods of great artistic prosperity.
During the Roman Empire to the flourishing stages in close contact with the Most Serene Republic, Caorle and the neighbouring area of Portogruaro are jealous custodians of the many legacies of the ancient civilizations, becoming the “important testimony” of their greatness and magnificence.Caorle excels and stands out because of the characteristic natural beauty of the surrounding landscape and the particular richness of its artistic and cultural heritage.
Sea and Nature
Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, between the mouths of the rivers Livenza and Lemene, the lovely town of Caorle was born in a magnificent area of great natural importance and has managed to blend in with the surrounding environment. Whether summer or winter, there’s no better place for your holiday, come and visit the long stretch of fine sand and admire the lush nature that dwells within and outside the city. You will be fascinated by the 18 km of golden beach overlooking the azure sea, while the vast hinterland is home to several extraordinary ecosystems waiting to be discovered: the lagoon with its “Casoni” and the underwater marine oasis are just some of the many natural attractions to visit!
coordinates: N 45°41.347′ , E 12°51.134′