Caorle offers 3 cycle itineraries that allow cyclists to experience lush and ever-changing natural surroundings. The Giralemene Cycle Route leads to Portogruaro, passing by way of the Roman colony of Concordia Sagittaria. On the Lagoon Cycle Route, cyclists ride between the sea and the river and the Beaches Cycle Route goes as far as Eraclea Mare and Mort Lagoon.
What to see in Caorle
Caorle is also pure history. Founded as a fishing village in the pre-Roman era, it has fishing, handicraft and food and wine traditions that are still deeply rooted.
The ancient fishing village features a charming maze of streets, squares and pastel-coloured houses that frame the Cathedral and the eleventh-century cylindrical bell tower.
On the cliff behind Levante beach stands the Sanctuary of Madonna dell’Angelo, from which it is possible to cycle to Isola dei Pescatori, which is dotted with the lagoon’s historic casoni or fishermen’s huts.