Awarded Blue Flag status on several occasions for the cleanliness of its coast and the quality of its water, the town of Caorle has a fine golden beach that stretches for 18 kilometres and includes an area fitted with sunbeds and umbrellas, toilets and play areas for children as well as an open access area. The Caorle coast is divided in two by the old town centre, which separates the east beach from the west beach.
The old fishing village, known as “Venice in miniature”, is a fascinating mosaic of colours, with its houses painted in the traditional Venetian style. The “Madonna dell’Angelo” church is one of the symbols of the town. It is home to the marble throne on which, according to legend, the statue of the Madonna was found floating in the ocean.