Caorle offers you 3 different cycle routes to live the magic of nature that looks different at every turn, because it is nature that has set its boundaries.
Try to picture yourself cycling along the 18 kilometres of beaches, going back up the banks of the rivers Lemene and Livenza, admiring the lagoon environments, exploring the surrounding countryside in search of those striking reflections between the vineyards where world-famous DOC (Denomination of Controlled Origin) wines are produced.
However, Caorle is not merely synonymous with nature. It also has a history thousands of years old. What began as a fishing village in the pre-Roman period, now leads tourists on a long, cultural journey up to the time when the Republic of Venice dominated. All "flavoured" with the pleasures of a rich tradition in food and wine from the sea and the surrounding countryside, dishes and wines to taste in local inns, where even an aperitif with the typical "cicchetti" [small snacks from Venice] can turn into a pleasant rest for you to recharge your batteries.
The old fishing village is Caorle's true heart. It is still a charming labyrinth of alleys and small squares and brightly painted houses, an excellent starting point for a cycling itinerary full of art and history, and laden with emotional memories of the ancient fishing tradition in the typical homes along the Nicesolo canal and on Isola dei Pescatori.
Choose between the 3 suggested cycle itineraries and spend a family day out discovering a thousand years of history, lush nature, the changing landscapes of the lagoon and Portogruaro, the "little Venice on dry land".