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EXCURSION & ACTIVITIES
Cycle roads
6 cycling routes, to visit the territory of Caorle and surroundings in complete harmony with nature. Routes for beginners and for more preparation. See the different paths and choose the most suitable to you.
[ Cycle roads ]
 
Golf
The Golf Club Pra 'delle Torri, located just 7 km from Caorle and 15 from Lido di Jesolo, is a splendid sea course of 18 holes, mt. 6045 Par 72. The new 9-hole, fit for use by spring 2007, ready to surprise you with an amazing par 3 with sea view and adjacent to the beach. It is a relaxing journey in periods of breeze becomes very technical and exciting, is suitable for beginner players, but with the wind and the flags well positioned, it becomes difficult even for experts. Here I can get everyone from professionals to those who have never touched a golf club in his life, in fact you can take lessons directly on the ground, by professionals as Gianpietro Piccin. [ More info]
 
Excursion
From the port of Caorle every day of motorboats carrying out visits in Caorle Lagoon and Venice. With the ship you can enjoy a free day, immersed in nature, in the sea. Performing this service, three motor, the motor Caorle, Costa Adriatica , Arcobaleno.
A trip in the lagoon with the ship Rainbow allows you to live unforgettable hours in contact with an oasis of unspoilt and protected, where time runs slower and quieter and the pace of life of fishermen has been one of so many years ago. Gia Ernest Hemingway in his novel "From there the river and through 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, the herons italics, the coots, cranes immersed in the typical Mediterranean scrub. Stop in a characteristic "casone" discover the ancient love of the sea and the life of the ancient founders of Caorle. .
 
Caorle
Caorle roots lie in the first century a.C. (the name derives from the Latin Caprulae, probably because of the wild goats that grazed there), as evidenced by numerous finds from the Roman period, as the 'ara Licovia "custodito hours sacrificial altar in the cathedral, or the archaeological finds at sea. However, the city grows and becomes important as a port of the nearby Concordia, for its location at the mouth of Lemene, especially following the barbarian invasions of the Huns, who drove many Concordiesi from ones from the coast, was at that time, around the sixth century that Caorle became Episcopalian. The cathedral's construction, however, dates back to the eleventh century, on a pre-existing early Christian basilica, whose remains are still preserved inside the cathedral, the museum and gardens adjoining the rectory.
Concordia Sagittaria
Called "Julia Concordia" by the Romans, which they founded in 40 BC, was a beautiful city with theater and spa. Later it became home to a factory arrows (Sagittae in Latin, hence the name Sagittaria). City became a bishop in the fourth century. Remarkable is the Christian group that focuses around the late-Gothic cathedral. Below it is in fact the ancient basilica with mosaic floors. Nearby there are tombs and sarcophagi of the period. Interesting is also the Baptistery of the eleventh and twelfth centuries in Romanesque style with three apses. The Civic Museum with its rich collection of archaeological finds is one of the best museums in the Venetian
Portogruaro
E 'a medieval city that had its most beautiful 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 face with sloping embattled. At the foot of us are 6 blocks of marble stone from Istria, originally designed for the base of a bridge. Is located near the cockpit, the work of Pilacorte. Of interest is the Cathedral of St. Andrea works dating from the sixteenth and the eighteenth century. Is valuable to the Romanesque bell tower. Walking in a 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 houses finds from Roman and early Christian and surrounding the Abbey of St. Mary Summaga built between the X and XI rich in precious frescoes. Qualified for the production of wines Portogruaro is "City of Wine."
Pramaggiore
Immersed in the green of vineyards, is in fact the small capital of the wine of the Veneto Orientale. In fact, it houses the National Wine Show, active for over 50 years in promoting the wine and the Enoteca Regionale del Veneto, housed at the Hall of exposure. 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 wines Lison-Pramaggiore. Pramaggiore is "City of Wine." Has some interesting buildings such as the Roman church of San Giacomo Apostolo Salvarola to the sixteenth century Santa Maria Assunta in Blessaglia, the San Marco di Pramaggiore, recently recovered, and moreover the Altan Villa, Villa and the Villa Muschietti Since Easter with park and the mill recovered a museum along the river Loncon at Belfiore.
Venezia
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 Plains padana under the pressure of invasion by the Lombards of northern Italy in 568. Post at the border of the Byzantine Empire, developed a strong spirit of independence that led her to be a city state that formed the maritime republics, along with Genoa, Pisa and Amalfi. The chief minister was the Doge (from the Latin dux), theoretically elected for life, but in practice, often forced to put his or her duties as a result of unsatisfactory results of his government. Venice was the largest medieval Italian merchant power [ More info]

 

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