With its small streets, the houses with the typical Venetian colors and bell towers, Caorle is also called small-venice. The fine sandy beaches in particular attract guests from all over the world.
Vacation in Caorle
Old roots ... Caorle is located on a promotion far into the sea, in the wide lagoon area between Venice (75 km) and Trieste (115 km). Caorle (the ancient Caprulae, island of the goats) was founded more than 2000 years ago, as a village of fishermen and shepherds. The origin of the island goes back to the 1st century BC BC: born as a commercial and war port, and for the centuries of this function, Caorle has experienced both times of prosperity, alongside the Republic of Venice, as well as times of expiry, caused by some wars. The 20th century was a century of major changes: thanks to the original statement of the swamps of the island and the urbanization, Caorle has expanded its function, which ranges from fishing and agriculture to tourism. Despite the city changes, Caorle remained a ""village of the fishermen"". Above all, because the bond, which Caorle adheres to its history and traditions, is very pronounced; This is exactly the reason for the success in tourism at an international level that this island experiences.
Internationally popular ... In the past, the area was almost exclusively determined by fishing and agriculture. The queue of the swamps also enabled other branches of industry, especially tourism, to move into the area. Despite this development, Caorle remained a ""village of the fishermen"". It is precisely this close attachment to your own history and tradition that make Caorle's success as an internationally popular travel destination.
Sports & Freetime
Sailing, surfing, golfing, bike tours, fish, swimming pool aqua follie, mini golf, parasailing, beach volleyball.
Arena di Verona It is the best known, second largest and oldest preserved amphitheater in Italy. The arena was built in the 1st century, around the same time as the Colosseum in Rome, and thus embodies one of the earliest examples from Roman architecture. Also visit the Arena di Verona and treat yourself to a fabulous opera evening.
The PO Delta An extremely interesting and beautiful natural oasis for the flora and fauna in an unusual landscape.
Padua Ancient city with the basilica of St. Antonius, the Scrovegni Church and the Hermitani chapel-the Padua of the Giotto and Donatello. In Arquà you should visit Petrarca's house from the 14th century.
Treviso The Trevisaner Mark has always been particularly attractive because of its cheerful landscape, its quiet watercourses and the towns, which are still surrounded by city walls and preserve traditions for centuries.
Trieste With its old and still important international port.
Venice Fascinated with the Markusplatz and Dogenpalast, with its museums and gondolas and with its unique art and culture.
Verona It shows the romantic side of Venetien. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, the city of Romeo and Julia.
Dolomites The Alps show themselves from their most fascinating side.
Lake Garda One of the most beautiful lakes in the world, with its cheerful towns, olive groves and cypresses.
Vicenza The city reveals the whole splendor of the Palladio villas, a perfectly preserved historical center with the architecture of the 16th century and the versatile cultural events of the Olympic Theater."
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