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Caorle is located along the Adriatic Sea north of Venice between the mouths of the rivers Livenza and Lemene.

The towns are buzzing in summer when the tourists flock here in large crowds, especially the Italians who come to enjoy the sun and the beach. Since over 10,000 people live here, it's not exactly a ghost town during off peak times either, and this is evident from the amount of restaurants that are open all year and whom serve a mixture of traditional fish dishes. The lagoon located north of the town is a popular destination for cruises. None other than the great author Ernest Hemingway was captivated by the town and its charm and even described it in his book Across the River and Into the Trees. There are a number of references to the great author in restaurants and ice cream parlours around the town.

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Recreational activities for every age group

Caorle is a bustling market town, where many beautiful apartments are offered. Here you can just relax and enjoy life. If you like to play sports, then you have the opportunity to unfold on the beach. You can practice all kinds of water sports. The water park or amusement park is there specially to make the little ones happy. Near Pra delle Torri, there is also a good golf course. Every Saturday is market day. You can do your shopping in the open air. From vegetables, fruit, fish, fresh flowers to shoes and clot here.

There are a wide range of well-stocked grocery stores with good prices throughout Caorle. And do not forget, you can buy fresh fish every day just in front of the harbor. Just wait to the fishermen come back with their boats, to show you their catch of the day.

Things to do in the environment around Caorle

The lagoon north of Caorle is a wonderful destination, if you are in for a beautiful boat ride. A day trip to Venice is a must. Just drive to Punta Sabbioni. There you can park your car and from there hop on the ferry to Venice. Have fun!

Another interesting day you can spend in Lido di Jesolo code. Stroll in the evenings through the longest pedestrian street in Europe. There are shops, cafes, restaurants, lots of street entertainment, etc.

In the vicinity are Treviso, Padua with its cathedral and Romeo and Gugliettas Verona. And why not, drive into the wine region Prosecco or Valpolicella. Enjoy a wine tasting and bring home some some good wines.

With In-Italia you always find the best recommendations for hotels, apartments and holiday homes in Caorle. We have personally visited and selected accommodations. We wish you and your family a pleasant stay in Caorle.

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