Caorle, among the ancient towns of Veneto, emerges as the most attractive destination thanks to its breathtaking waterfront and the various rural landscapes that surround it. Caorle’s natural beauty and ancient history make it an ideal destination for those who wish to immerse themselves in an authentic and unforgettable holiday experience.

Art & History

Caorle is a city rich in art and history, offering numerous attractions including the ‘Scogliera Viva’, a work of art comprising a series of sculptures created along the coastline by artists from all over the world; and the ‘Madonnina dell’Angelo’, a shrine dedicated to the Madonna overlooking the sea of Caorle.

Leisure time


In Caorle, one can admire the ancient fishermen’s casoni built on the water, some of which are used as typical restaurants. For cycling enthusiasts, there are many cycle routes leading to places such as Eraclea and Brussa, where there is an enchanting beach with rich wildlife.


From Caorle, it is easy to reach Venice and the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello by bus or motorboat. Venice is a city of art and culture, with numerous museums and palaces housing works by famous artists such as Tintoretto, Tiepolo, Titian, Veronese, Bellini and Giorgione. The city is characterised by monuments and churches, including St Mark’s Basilica, with its glorious history told through mosaics.


Caorle offers numerous leisure activities including playing golf at the 18-hole Pra’ delle Torri Golf Caorle, perfect for beginners or experienced golfers, or having fun with family and friends at Aquafollie, a water park with slides, games and entertainment.