Duna Verde, the area in which the VILLAGGIO SAN FRANCESCO campsite is situated, is just a few kilometres from Caorle's historic centre. It is made up of residential villages immersed in greenery and adorned with colourful flowers, hence its name the GARDEN TOWN.
It is an oasis of tranquillity for those looking for a restful, relaxing holiday.
The thick pine forest divides the beach of fine golden sand from the houses, which also recall the architecture of Venice.
Caorle's main attraction is undoubtedly its lovely, well-equipped sandy beach that stretches for fifteen kilometres along the Adriatic Coast.
But Caorle is not just a beach, sea and sun.
Caorle is a port, fishing village, has its own valleys and is also famous for sport. The town has a history that stretches back over 2000 years, from the Roman Empire to the tourist boom of the '60s -'70s,
through the age of the Serenissima Venetian Republic, whose splendour is still visible today in the lovely historic centre, under the famous cylindrical bell tower and the Romanesque cathedral dating back to 1038.
The fishing port is set in the old historic centre, which has been transformed into a pedestrian area, where guests can find shops and restaurants.
The pale, pastel-painted houses, narrow lanes and squares remind one just how close Venice is, in terms of distance and magical atmosphere.
The Church of Madonna dell'Angelo, which rises on the rocks directly overlooking the sea, recalls the ancient sailing traditions of this town, whose inhabitants have lived by fishing for centuries.