From Porto Santa Margherita you can easily reach the most characteristic and important places in the area.

Cycling routes

6 Routes Paths, for a full tour of the area of Caorle and surroundings in complete harmony with nature.

Trails for beginners and for the more prepared. Consult the various routes and choose the right one for you.


From the port of Caorle run every day motorboats that carrying out visits in the Caorle Lagoon and Venice. With the boat you can enjoy a free day, immersed in nature and surrounded by a sea to be discovered.

Three motor ships perform this service, the ship are: Caorle, Costa Adriatica e Arcobaleno.

A trip in the Lagoon of Caorle with the ship “Arcobaleno” allows you to live unforgettable hours in contact with an oasis of unspoilt and protected, where time passes slowly and quietly, and the pace of life of fishermen is was that many years ago.

Already Ernest Hemingway , in his novel “Across the River and into the Trees” narrative poetry and the quiet of this environment suspended between the earth and the sky. In a fairy-tale echo the voices of animals, natural owners of these secular marshes: wild ducks, herons italics, the coots, cranes immersed in the Mediterranean scrub.

Stop at a typical “Casone” to discover the ancient love for the sea and for the life of the ancient founders of Caorle.

Concordia Sagittaria

Called “Julia Concordia” by the Romans, who founded it in 40 BC, it was a beautiful city with theater and spa. Later it became the seat of an arrow factory (Sagittae in Latin, hence the name Sagittaria). It became a

bishop city in the fourth century. Notable is the fact that the early Christian core focuses around the present Gothic-style cathedral. Below it is in fact the ancient basilica with mosaic floor. Nearby there are tombs and sarcophagi of the time. Interesting is also the Baptistery of the eleventh and twelfth centuries in Romanesque style with three apses.

The Town Museum with its rich collection of archaeological finds is one of the best museums in the Venetian.


It is a medieval city that had its most splendid period during the feudal era and the Venetian period. The building of this extraordinary city is the fourteenth-century town hall, Gothic invoice. It has a very characteristic facade with sloping embattled. At the foot of the building there are 6 blocks of marble stone from Istria, originally designed for the base of a bridge. Nearby is the cockpit, by Pilacorta. Also of interest is the Cathedral of St. Andrew with works dating from the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Of exquisite workmanship is the Romanesque bell tower. Strolling in the city you can admire the extraordinary painted facades and arcades with pointed arches. Along the river there are Lemene the old river port and mills. To visit the National Archaeological Museum which contains Roman and early Christian of the surrounding area and the Abbey of St. Mary of Summaga built between centuries X and XI rich in precious frescoes. For qualified production of wines Portogruaro is “City of Wine.”


Surrounded by beautiful vineyards, it is in fact the small capital of the wine of the Veneto Orientale. In fact it is home to the National Wine Show, active for over 50 years in promoting the wine sector and the Enoteca Regionale del Veneto, housed at the Hall dell’Esposizioni. Pramaggiore organizes competitions Oenological National and Regional Authorities and is the seat of Agricultural Technical Services of the Province of Venice and the Consortium for DOC Lison-Pramaggiore.

Pramaggiore is “City of Wine.” It has some interesting buildings such as the Romanesque Church of St. James the Apostle in Salvarolo, the sixteenth-century Santa Maria Assunta in Blessaglia, the San Marco di Pramaggiore, all recently recovered, and moreover the Altan Villa, Villa and Villa Muschietti Since Easter with park and the mill recovered a museum along the river Loncon in Belfiore.


City of uncertain origins, it seems that Venice is born following the flow of refugees that left the city of Aquileia, when it was destroyed by the Huns led by Attila and withdrew about 118 islands lagoon. They were joined later that other people left the Po valley at the urging of the invasion by the Lombards of northern Italy in 568.

Placed at the border of the Byzantine Empire, he developed a strong spirit of independence that led her to be one of the city state that formed the maritime republics, along with Genoa, Pisa and Amalfi. The head of government was the Doge (from the Latin dux), theoretically elected for life, but in practice, often forced to put its mandate as a result of unsatisfactory results of his government.

Venice was the largest medieval Italian merchant power.


The city of Padua has been called “the capital of the painting of the fourteenth century”: the pictorial evidence of the fourteenth century – in all, the cycle of Giotto at the Scrovegni Chapel – make crucial point in the development of Western art. The artistic splendor fourteenth century was one of the fruits of the great cultural fervor favored by the Carrara. The works of Giotto, the Botanical Gardens – the oldest in Europe and a UNESCO heritage site – and the basilica dedicated to St. Anthony are three good reasons to visit this beautiful city an hour’s drive from Caorle.