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Caorle Things to Do

  • The beaches.

    Caorle has two very long and large beaches. These are called Spiaggia di Ponente and Spiaggia di Levante.

  • Rent a bike, quad or 4-wheeled taxi-bike

    Most of the hotels along the beach offer free use of their bikes. This is a great way to explore Caorle from the old church at one end of town, along the pier, and into the wooded camping areas. The 4-wheeled covered bikes also seem to be a favorite among families with kids.

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  • Hotel Firenze

    Hotel Firenze is a medium sized hotel located some 500 meters from the center of Caorle. I booked a...

  • Giardini di Altea

    During summer 2007 we wanted to discover Venice and its region. Our choice fekt on the "Giardini di...

  • Hotel Angelo

    Via dei Calamari 6, Caorle, 30021, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Caorle Transportation

  • A nice boat trip.

    One day I took a 2.30 hours boat trip from the harbour in Caorle. I could enjoy the sea, part of Caorle and some beaches from afar. A short visit at the "casoni" (20 minutes) is included in this trip (see "local custom" tip).

  • By bus.

    There are several buses from Mestre (a town near Venice) to Caorle every day. These should be the same buses that go to the airport Catullo in Tessera. Ask the driver if the bus goes directly to Caorle or if you have to change it somewhere else.

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Caorle Local Customs

  • La Luna Nel Pozzo.

    La Luna nel Pozzo is a festival of "street art" which takes place at the beginning of september every year for some days. Lots of artists from Italy and from various European countries (even from other continents) come to perform in various squares of Caorle. So you can enjoy some shows of acrobats, clowns, dance, music and so on. If you miss some...

  • I casoni.

    Casoni are big huts used as temporary homes for fishermen. There are lot of them at the Caorle lagoon.The first casoni were built centuries ago. They have only a room with a table, chairs, stove and everything people need to live in that area. Today these huts are still used by several fishermen. You can visit some inside if you take a boat trip...

  • Scogliera Viva.

    Every two years; probably in june; some sculptors from Italy and from abroad come to Caorle to enter a contest called Scogliera Viva. They choose a big stone on the beach and create their masterpiece that will live forever.You find these sculptures near the church on spiaggia (beach) di Ponente.


Caorle Off The Beaten Path

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    The local market in town

    by dave9296 Written Sep 11, 2006

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    This is certainly off the beaten path, if you haven't ventured far from the old town or the beach. 15 minutes from the beach (walking) will bring you to Luna Park and the bus station. A market is set up in a parking lot across the street. Although most of the stuff is 5 EUR clutter, you can certainly find a deal or two on fruits, beach accessories or even odd souvenirs without paying top-dollar back in town.

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Caorle Sports & Outdoors

  • Take some exercises on the beach.

    I enjoyed a lot taking some exercises with music on the beach.Twice a week several exercises are offered free of charge on the beaches of Caorle. You have to check the time and days on the banners you see at the beaches.

  • All wind/water sports

    Although we didn't have the time to investigate further (RE: how much does it cost, where do you sign up), we did see several people taking advantage of the near-storm-strength winds we had one day. As the beaches cleared of all sand-blown sunbathers, the waters started crowding with enthusiastic wind-surfers and kite-boarders. There was a very...

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Caorle Favorites

  • A guided visit at the cathedral.

    The cathedral in Caorle (duomo) was built in 1038 on the remains of a previous church dating from the VIII century. Next to the church there is a bell tower and a small museum of sacred art.Every year from june to september free guided tours at the cathedral and the museum are offered. Even guided tours at the bell tower are offered, but for a fee...

  • The small church overlooking the beach.

    The name of this church is "chiesa della Madonna dell' Angelo". It was built in 1751, but it is tought it was built originally in 402. According to a legend; long ago some sailors spotted a statue on a rock floating on the sea. They tried to take it to the beach, but their attempt failed. Then some children succeded.

  • Get lost in the old core.

    ...all of a sudden you can find yourself in a small square, or you will discover a nice house with lots of flowers. You' ll surely pass through many narrow streets. These are called "calli".In the old center there is a good choice of cafes, restaurants and shops.


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