Greenery and sand, Blue Flag standards, on the Adriatic coastline
Located between Eraclea Mare and Porto Santa Margherita, Duna Verde is one of the most recently developed tourist resorts on the Adriatic Sea (it emerged as a top destination between the ‘60s and the ‘70s). The set is immersed in greenery, and the resort abounds in entertainment opportunities.
The Blue Flag awarded beach is one of its top highlights: a flawless stretch of sand that occasions you to revel in sunbathing while enjoying modern facilities and a host of services (lifeguard, first aid, showers and cabins, sunshades and loungers, sports activities and children’s areas).
It remains a family-oriented venue that makes plenty of room for almost all you can think of in terms of beach fun.
Definitely, this is a must-see if you plan a vacation on the Italian coast and find accommodation in Caorle. Keep in mind that in summer Duna Verde is linked to Caorle and Porto Santa Margherita by a direct bus line that makes it easy for you to search out the Adriatic coastline.
Also called Fiesta dei Fiori, Caorle in Fiore graces the town with the overwhelming fragrance of summer flowers. Each May for keen horticulturists.
Regatta and processions of locals under the guise of people of the distant past: this is Vivistoria, a central celebration of Caorle.
Locals of Caorle maintain an active Marian cult. Festa della Madonna dell'Angelo, held every five years, is one of the most important religious events