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Caorle, the pearl of the Eastern Adriatic

With its eighteen miles of white sand, Caorle, is located between Bibione and Lido di Jesolo, up north east very close to Venice, but also very close to Friuli Venezia Giulia.

In this far east part of Italy, from April until the end of September, tourists from Germany, Austria, Russia,Holland find peace and quietness, but also find fun and culture.

Caorle has an ancient history that starts from prehistory going towards the Roman period, but also found devastation under the barbarian invasions ending with a domination of the French.

But Caorle found in the sixties the maximum splendor becoming one of the most popular seaside resorts of the Adriatic riviera .

Caorle is one of those resorts where you can not only do the classic rivieralife, but also allows you to explore the surrounding areas and certainly offer a 360 degree vacation. Choosing a place to stay could be overwhelmed becasue the offer goes from classic hotels, to apartments or camping. Caorle can really spoil you!

When choosing we need to keep it clear what kind of vacation we want to do, the budget and the comfort we are used to have.

During the day, the sun, the beach, the sea will accompany your life, but if you prefer a more activie holiday, hiking opportunities are manifold. You can start your hiking simply strolling around the village which counts 12,000 residents, then the Cathedral dated back 1000 ac , the museum of liturgy, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Angels, small churches and romantic strolls through the narrow streets and small squares.

A visit to the Lagoon and its lodges it is worth doing as well as boat trips for sailing enthusiasts and lovers of hiking trails. Any reason is good to live Caorle in its all.

Abs when the evening hits don't fprget a happy hour with the local aperitif called Spritz and ine in some of the good restaurants where you can certainly appreciate their local fish specialties. Now, its only time to go!



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I started to travel when I was 16: I like explore new countries, but thanks to my parents I started to explore my own as a first thing. I write on my four blogs, one personal, two about weddings in Italy (I organize weddings as well) so travelling and discovering new places is a great help. While I write on my travel blog, I aslo partecipated in several blog tours.

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