Caorle is a seaside resort on the Adriatic Sea about an hour from Venice. It is located between the mouths of the rivers Livenza and Lemene and between the tourist areas of Eraclea and Bibione.                                                                                                                                                       
Today the historic center of Caorle is a beautiful interweaving of narrow streets and old houses painted with pastel colors that remind the island of Burano.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
In the past, the citiy used to live the daily life of the fishermen and it was an island crossed by canals, now buried, of which only the Varrogio Canal remained, which crosses it to form the fishing port.                                                                                                                                                         
The symbol of the city is the bell tower of the eleventh century with a characteristic cylindrical shape with conical point, slightly leaning toward the Cathedral of Santo Stefano, whose interior, in Byzantine style, contains numerous masterpieces, such as "The Last Supper" attributed to Gregory Lazzarini, a particular "Pietà" in gilded wood and the Pala d'Oro, donated by the Queen of Cyprus, Caterina Cornaro.                                              
The bell tower of Caorle is often home, during the summer, of spectacular fireworks and stands on the Piazza Vescovado, where we find on one side a staircase leading to the seafront and on the other allows you to access Rio Terà, the course central on which emerge many narrow streets called, as in Venice, calli.                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Set among streets and small squares, set among the old Venetian-style houses, the past mixes with the lights of shops, restaurants, pizzerias, bars and ice-cream parlors, also on the Trieste seafront (Levante beach), Viale Santa Margherita and Venice's waterfront (Ponente beach).              Another symbol of the city of Caorle is the little church of the Madonna dell'Angelo, erected in memory of the discovery of a statue of the Madonna with Child discovered by a fishermen, and it is the arrival point of the long promenade, bounded by sculpted and decorated rocks by artists from all over the world during the "Scogliera Viva" event. Often the Chiesetta di Caorle is chosen as a location for weddings at the seaside.                      You just have to decide where to book your holiday in Caorle choosing among the different solutions in hotels, apartments, residences or aparthotels. 
Happy holidays from!