The beach of Caorle and surroundings

The long beach of Caorle is divided into two beaches separated from the historic center and the dam with the Scogliera Viva. They offer a wide choice of bathing establishments to the many vacationers who attend them every summer:
  • the “Spiaggia di Levante” Beach, which includes the gulf arch that starts from the Church of the Madonna dell'Angelo and continues along the Trieste seafront. Toward the end of the promenade there is a stretch of beach for dogs in Caorle, the Bau Beach, just after the n ° 9 sector. It is an area equipped and ready to welcome pets with a reserved beach place for the owners.
  • the “Spiaggia di Ponente” beach, which from the mouth of the river Livenza continues up to the dam of the "Scogliera viva" crossing the Venice promenade and Viale Santa Margherita.
The Municipality of Caorle is also known for other seaside resorts easily reachable both by car and by bicycle following the cycle lane:
  • Porto Santa Margherita, located to the right of the mouth of the river Livenza, is a tourist center especially equipped for recreational boating, built since the mid-60s. In addition to condominiums, villages and residences, its peculiarity is the large artificial dock with about 500 berths.
  • Lido Altanea, built in recent years, in addition to restaurants and shopping centers, offers brand new residences with swimming pool, campsites and hotels a few steps from the sea, interspersed with large green areas and is served by long and comfortable cycle-pedestrian paths where you can walk, ride a bike and jogging.
  • Duna Verde, built between the 60s and 70s, consists of tourist residences with swimming pool and tennis courts surrounded by greenery and is surrounded by large tourist villages, one of which, the Golf Club Prà delle Torri, with a 18-hole golf course.
The beaches of Caorle are all sandy and everywhere are organized games and animations for children, beach volleyball and bowls tournaments; in addition, you can attend surf courses and hire the pedalos and canoes.
Caorle has been repeatedly awarded with the "Blue Flag" to confirm the quality of its sea and the services it guarantees every year to guests and residents.
The area around Caorle is the countryside that intersperse between the lagoon and the valleys with its typical landscape with salt marshes and reed beds, a natural environment to be discovered through birdwatching in the oasis of Vallevecchia, rich in vegetation and flora, frequented by numerous species , also rare, of waterfowl and birds of prey or by boat excursions in the lagoon during which you can visit the typical "casoni", built in wood and reed, used in the past by fishermen during the fishing season.