The best way to go sightseeing and keep fit
Caorle is not just a town of the sea, but also a fine bike tourism destination. It has the infrastructure, it has the sights worth seeing, and it has tour operators interested in promoting this sustainable form of tourist activity. In short, it offers everything you need to spend a memorable vacation on two wheels.
Various associations propose sundry tours and itineraries. The historical center, the beach, the lagoon and the inland and coastal highlights, such as Ca Corniani, Ca Cottoni, La Salute di Livenza, Ottava Presa, Valle Vecchia, Brussa, Duna Verde, Eraclea Mare, San Gaetano, Marango, Concordia, Portogruaro, Bibione and Porto Santa Margherita lie at your feet if you choose their services.
Keep in mind you have to make reservations and comply with the regulations they enforce. Nothing out of the ordinary, though.
Please visit the tourist information offices operating in Caorle in order to learn more about the bike tours and means of making reservations. Visit their online portals to see their offers before traveling to Caorle.
Also, visit Caorle Bike www.caorlebike.com in order to expand your list of expectations and make reservations if the offers appeal to you. Alternately, make your own route and go biking by yourself. Before you do that, make sure you get familiar with the cycle paths. Brochures and other informative materials are available at most hotels and information offices.
Attend the so-called Festa della Madonna dell'Angelo of Caorle to see locals’ ways of expressing their dedication and gratitude to the Virgin.
Located in the historical center of the town, the Museum of the Dome of Caorle is home to a precious reliquary sheltering the head of Santo Stefano
The Caorle Lagoon and its casoni are the quintessential tourist attraction of the resort. An experience that crowns your stay on the Adriatic coast