Caorle, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Caorle, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,533 vacation rentals near Caorle. From 1,118 apartments to 296 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Caorle for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A different perspective in Caorle

It may be part of Venice, but Caorle feels worlds away from the crowded plazas and gondola strewn canals associated with the City of Masks. Instead, you'll find yourself in a laid-back beach resort set on the shimmering Adriatic Sea. Expect a slideshow of picturesque scenes, from couples sipping wine in sun-dappled courtyards to flower-filled baskets spilling over the balconies of historic terrace houses. It's a captivating slice of Italy, so why not stay a while with Caorle vacation rentals?

Soak up the Caorle street scene

For most vacationers soaking up the sun is a top priority. If you don't want to hustle for a beach chair, secure a Caorle vacation rental apartment. Perfect for families and couples, self-contained condos treat guests to sparkling pools, private decks and an exclusive resort style experience. From colorful gelato stalls to courtyard cafes, the allure of the historic center is hard to resist. It's crisscrossed with narrow streets lined with brightly painted terrace houses. Most of the action is centered along Via Rio Terra, a lively pedestrianized strip hawking everything from postcards to beachwear.

Beach bliss just a stone's throw from Venice

Unlike Venice, Caorle doesn't overwhelm with must see sites and attractions. Instead, it's the kind of place where you can focus on long strolls along the beach, leisurely sunbathing sessions and afternoons spent sipping Italian espresso at sidewalk cafes. Of course, if you want to tick off sites like Piazza San Marco, the Rialto Bridge and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum you can always ride the train to Venice in just 2 hours. If you want to practice your Italian, head down to Porto Peschereccio, where you'll find a gaggle of chatty fishermen showing off their daily catches.

Find your summer sanctuary in Caorle

Like the rest of Europe, summer is high season in Caorle. The beach is brimming with lounge chairs, which fill up fast with vacationers from Austria, Germany and beyond. If you'd rather swap the chaos of the Grand Canal for a relaxing beach getaway, Caorle vacation rentals strike a perfect balance. To avoid the crowds, though, consider visiting in late spring or early fall. You'll enjoy quieter beaches and plenty of sunshine. It'll also be much easier to snag a table at Caorle's top cafes and trattorias.

Birdwatching in the Caorle "casoni"

Caorle sits on the Adriatic Sea, between the summer resort towns of Eraclea and Bibione. It's fringed by a string of wide, sandy beaches connected by a seafront promenade. While beaches are its biggest drawcard, venturing off the sand unlocks access to gems like the Caorle fishermen's "casoni". The village is perched on the shores of the lagoon and surrounded by lush wetlands. It's brimming with birdlife, with the chance to spot geese, coots, ducks, swans and other local species.