Caorle, a city to discover

CaorleLiving your holiday in Caorle means immersing  in a magical atmosphere among history, art, culture, fishing and traditions, but it also means fun thanks to the many attractions and long beaches.
This seaside resort, bathed by the Adriatic Sea, is especially known for its historical center, characterized by narrow streets and small squares where overlook historic buildings and houses painted by pastel color, similar to the island of Burano.
The great pedestrian zone of Caorle is rich of Made in Italy shops, ice-cream parlors, street food with squid and fried fish, pizzerias, restaurants with local fresh seafood, and pubs with excellent drinks and cocktails.
One of the main symbols of the city is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santo Stefano. Cylindrical in shape with a conical tip slightly leaning toward the cathedral, the bell tower of Caorle dates back to the XI century.
During the main events, it is chosen as the headquarters for the fireworks in August and in the New Year's Day.
Chiesetta della Madonnina di CaorleAnother symbol is the unmistakable Santuario della Madonna dell'Angelo, better known as the Church of the Madonnina.
It Is located at the end of the famous seafront characterised by rocks sculpted by world famous artists during the famous event Scogliera Viva (Alive Cliffs).
The small church of Caorle overlooks the sea and is often chosen as a location for weddings, and it is one of the most beautiful places where you can watch the sunset over the sea.
It is a city that never goes into hibernation: both in summer and in winter is always populated by tourists and citizens, thanks also to many events for families and young people which are organised throughout the year.
You only have to discover where to sleep and to profit from the several cheap hotels, apartments, residence and resorts offers.