The Falconera Camping is located at the beginning of the Levante beach, about two kilometers from the beautiful historic city of Caorle, which is characterized by narrow streets and squares, in a perfect Venetian style and his unmistakable fishing port where it still carries out the market some fish.

The area where is located the accommodation is the most pristine and picturesque small seaside town, where there are the “Casoni”, typical buildings used by fishermen in the barrel and an integral part of the local heritage and culture.

We are at the mouth of the river Nicesolo, where the flora and fauna of the lagoon landscape which flows into the sea also captured the heart and soul of Ernest Hemingway, who described them in his novel “Across the River and Into the Trees”.

And it is right across the river which is the “Old Valley”, pristine and protected natural environment, recognized by the European Community as a Special Protection Area and Site of Community Interest.


In this context and on an area of ​​37,500 square meters, with a vegetation poplar grove and completely facing the sea, the campsite offers its guests both pitches equipped for campers, caravans and tents housing units with a proposal that includes the classic bungalows the most modern mobile homes.

A complete and distinguish the offer there are the berths for mooring small boats (within 6 meters), available upon reservation and located on the deck overlooking the lagoon and park adjacent to the campground.

Inside the structure are also welcome pets as long as managed in compliance with the other guests. The units are all equipped with own bathroom, equipped kitchen, air conditioning and satellite TV and have large front porches made entirely of wood, except for bungalow in the second row, however, equipped with shade structures.

Many houses have views of the sea, rare and unique feature for campsites the towns of Caorle. Among the approximately 200 plots have been installed columns for the electrical connection and fountains for drinking water supply.

Two buildings located in different areas are home to the toilets with toilet, sinks and showers with hot water available to all campers. In block incoming bathrooms are chemical toilet, camper service, washing machines, dryers, and area for washing dogs, with hot and cold water.

Central Nell’edifico, under a large canopy, there is a bar with a big screen where they projected the most interesting events and video games and other games. Flanked at the bar there is a market / bazaar, very well stocked, where to find fresh products such as bread, fruit and vegetables but also many other food items and more.

The bazaar department offers in fact all items that may be useful to campers and to wetting, such as pickets, charcoal grills, umbrellas and sun beds on the beach etc.

Beachfront two swimming pools, one for adults and one for children have been built, heated and equipped with waterslides. The large sun terrace is equipped with comfortable beds made available to guests, who can sunbathe and relax in a unique landscape, which starts from “Old Valley” and embracing the front sea area to the east beach, close to the towers that towering over the rooftops of the old town.

The wide sandy beach in front of the campsite is free and guests can access it directly through the two entrances reserved for campers. The water level that grows gradually is a feature appreciated especially by families with small children.

Safety at sea is guaranteed by the supervision of lifeguards. Not far from the campsite the City of Caorle has prepared a stretch of beach open to dogs called “Bau Beach”, which can be reached by walking on the sand with the dog on a leash.

Few steps from the camp there are restaurants, pizzerias and bar tobacco. The bus stop is also near the entrance of the campsite. Tickets for the urban route you can buy at the reception, as well as round-trip tickets Venice (combined bus-boat). Alternatively, you can rent bikes made available to guests of the camp.


Besides the beaches and the historic center, with the cathedral of 1000d.c, the bell tower of 1100d.c and the sanctuary of Our Lady of the angel, the city of Caorle has much to offer its visitors, starting with the classic promenade on the waterfront , with sculptures on the cliff over the artistic manifestations “living reef.”

In the last years we have been prepared many cycling routes through which to discover the territory. Then there are the trips on the lagoon, on board or for the smallest and characteristic “bragozzo” (typical local boat).

Fishing enthusiasts can try their hand at catching sea bass, sea bream, mullet, gurnard and other species present in local waters. Anyone who loves sailing will address the sailing associations on the local coastline. Very interesting may be the aforementioned “Old Valley” for fans of photography and birdwatching.

During the summer you can attend various events including concerts on the beach, fireworks and theatrical performances and more. Other popular destinations are represented by the surrounding cities, which each have something special to offer to those who visit.

First of Venice, a unique city that offers the chance to walk into a work of art that attracts tourists from around the world.

But also the city’s hinterland as Concordia Sagittaria, with its archaeological site, Portogruaro, with its arcades and the charming Old Town, San Dona di Piave, with its shops including the very popular Fashion Outlet where you always go more Italian tourists and not looking for your products from the best brands.

These are just some of the possibilities that present themselves to those who decide to spend their holidays in the town of Caorle. Further information will be found at the office of the camp and at the Caorle Tourist Promotion Consortium.