Historical village by the sea and sandy beaches

Caorle is a renowned seaside destination with more than eighteenï kilometres of a sandy coast. Wandering the streets of the town tourists will be fascinated by the fishing port that interlocks in the old historic centre that has been transformed into a pedestrian area. This area is filled with pastel coloured houses, streets and squares reminiscent of the Venetian vocation of the city giving it a rarefied atmosphere.

The church of Madonna dell'Angelo on the cliff is a reminder of the spirit of the inhabitants of Carole who have dedicated their lives to fishing for centuries. The antique roman-style Duomo dominates the historical centre. It is beside a circular bell tower that in the past was a watchtower for this city.

The sea-side city has two docks built for the mooring of boats: Porto Santa Margherita, able to hold up to 800 boats and Duna Verde, a few kilometres from the historical centre of Caorle, also known as the "garden city" because of its urban characteristics. 
The area that surrounds Caorle has a nature that is worth discovering by boat with pleasurable excursions in the Northern area of the Lagoon. Lastly, golf lovers will find the Golf Club Prà delle Torri at seven kilometres from the seaside city. The golf course has a relaxing 18 holes that can become an obstacle even for the most expert golfers.

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Levante Beach L5

Where: Lungomare Trieste, Caorle (Province of Venice)


With Roman findings, an early Christian basilica, Duchy ties with La Serenissima (Most Serene Republic of Venice), the characteristic fishermen's Casoni and much-loved and frequented by Ernest Hemingway: Caorle is full of history and tradition.

Overlooking the Adriatic Sea for 18 kilometres, the coastline includes the well-known localities of Porto Santa Margherita, Duna Verde, Duna Rossa and Valle Altanea, with around 4.5 million visitors per year, of which 66% are German speaking.

Caorle's ancient town centre and the picturesque fishing harbour are the hub of local activity. The little alleys and squares and the old houses brightly painted by the fishermen remind us of the city of Venice. The Don Moschetta day centre has been providing tourist services within the nursing home since 2017, offering educational and recreational activities and meals.

The stretch of beach included in the "Veneto Beach Social and Inclusive Tourism" project is the "L5" sector on Levante Beach (Lungomare Trieste, summer camp area).

In addition to removing architectural barriers and providing umbrellas with large pitches for people with disabilities, as of this summer, the Consorzio Arenili (Beach Consortium) has organised a new beach bar free from architectural barriers and equipped with easy-access services, wider transit routes and the availability of a new hand-operated "pedal" boat.

The new beach bar also caters for visitors with food allergies and intolerances.

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