Our hotels in Caorle & Eraclea

After Jesolo and Eraclea, going up towards the north, we will find the city of Caorle, where the typical houses of the lagoon can still be visited, the "casoni", buildings in wood and marsh reeds, used as a refuge for fishermen.


Caorle is a “city-favor” that recalls Venice with its narrow streets; equipped for tourism is the delightful little church of the Madonnina (13th century), site of a miracle during the flood of 1727, which divides the west beach from the east beach.


Caorle is a seaside town that thrives on tourism and fishing and this can be seen by walking along the entrance, observing the boats along the port-canal and glimpsing the hotels towards the sea.


The restaurants with fish specialties are excellent.


Particularly animated are the evenings "in the small square", populated by tourists who visit the shops or dine in the renowned restaurants before a nice walk in the living cliff (with rocks sculpted by artists).


An interesting attraction for the whole family is the “Aquafollie” water park, just a few steps from the historic city center.