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The town's origins go back to Roman times, and alongside modern buildings and facilities along the shoreline, the old town centre with its small squares, alleyways and traditional houses remains intact. These are often coloured in deep Venetian red, ochre or the deepest blue - almost a miniature version of Venice itself!
The traditional fishing port and lively fish market take us back to times gone by.
The tenth century cathedral with its cylindrical campanile - one of very few in the world - are well worth a visit.

Near Caorle
The lagoon and marshland around Caorle, with their traditional buildings - the reed shelters built by the fishermen - have fortunately remained an area of uncontaminated natural beauty.
The mediaeval town of Portogruaro, Concordia with its Roman remains, the Benedictine Abbey at Sesto al Reghena and the wine-growing area of Lison all invite interesting easily-accessible day trips.

Venice - considered by many to be the eighth Wonder of the World is only a short distance away, easily accessible by train, sea or private transport. It is a golden opportunity to spend an unforgettable day in the city which is the home of lovers.
And apart from the city itself, the islands of Murano, Torcello, Burano and San Francesco del Deserto are all well worth a visit.

Treviso and the Marca Trevigiana
An hour away you can find Treviso - a city with a rich artistic heritage which today brings together the fascination of history, the pleasure of shopping and the very best of gastronomy and wine.
The surrounding area - the Marca Trevigiana - is renowned as the Garden of Venice, where some of the most beautiful of the Palladian villas can be found, such as that at Masar in the enchanting hills around the famous town of Asolo. And don't forget Possagno, with the gallery of plaster casts by Canova, Bassano, with its famous bridge and highly-regarded ceramics, and Castelfranco, the home of Giorgione.

The regional capital of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste can trace its origins back to Roman times and is about 100 kilometres from Caorle. The various periods of foreign domination - for example Venetian and Hapsburg - have had a powerful influence on the city, making it a reference point for what we call the culture of Mitteleuropa. The famous castle of Miramare, the mediaeval cathedral of San Giusto and the view from Piazza Unit d'Italia are just a few of the places to see and enjoy.