Caorle – beach and unspoilt nature

CAORLE – BEACH AND UNSPOILT NATURE

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Caorle, a seaside paradise just few kilometers from Venice.

The beauty of Caorle, a coastal old-town discovered by the Romans and steeped in history, is represented by the picturesque architecture, the beautiful long sandy beaches which are well equipped and stretch for 15 kilometers along the Adriatic Littoral, but also the entertainment offered every year to an increasing number of tourists that choose Caorle for their vacation.

However, Caorle is not only sun, sand and sea. Caorle is the town of the harbor, of the fishing, of the sport, of “Scogliera viva”, an open air gallery of sculptures created by famous artists from all over the world who arrive in the coastal town to take part in the symposium of sculptures every two years in June.

The surrounding area is definitely to be discovered. You can take part in one of the many organized excursions to admire the hinterland and its renowned fish farm area where you will find the typical fisherman’s houses called “Casoni”, built in wood and common reed. Those places are well-known because in the past they were even frequented by the famous American writer Ernest Hemingway, guest of Baron Franchetti. The wild nature inspired him for his novel “Across the river and into the trees”.