A small Venice made up of calli, campielli and frescoed houses, Caorle is one of the best known places on the Veneto coast, an important tourist centre where the sea and the beach combine history and culture. Its coastline, about 18 km long, consists for the most part of a large expanse of fine golden sand.
Symbols of the city are the 9th century Duomo and the majestic cylindrical bell tower that dates back to Roman times. The old town centre and the fishing port, where the fish market is still held today, have managed to maintain the atmosphere of the fishing village, deeply linked to the sea and its ancient traditions.

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