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A strip of land between to expanses of water: the Adriatic Sea, with its long beach of golden sand and the green pinewood on one side, while on the other side the lagoon of Venice, with its canals, shoals, and fishing valleys. Cavallino-Treporti coast, with a length of 15 kilometres, is the ideal destination for those looking for relaxation on the beach and love open air activities, with the possibility of being near Venice and the wonderful islands of the lagoon also for cultural tours to discover history, art, and architecture.

The territory of Cavallino-Treporti is divided into twelve hamlets: Lio Grando, Ca’ Ballarin, Ca’ Pasquali, Ca’ Savio, Ca’ di Valle, Ca’ Vio, Cavallino, Lio Piccolo, Mesole, Punta Sabbioni, Saccagnana, and Treporti. There are numerous waterways on the peninsula and most of the territory is destined to agriculture. Cycling along the paths and roads along the banks of the waterways, it is possible to admire the lagoon landscape where you can find egrets, herons, and cormorants, and stop in one of the most ancient hamlets: Lio Piccolo.

The large sandy beach, from which the sea is easily accessible, gentle dunes and green pinewoods, is the ideal place for a relaxing stay, pleasant walks along the beach, and for families that in complete safety can experience an enchanting and still natural environment. Since 2006 Cavallino-Treporti has been awarded the Blue Flag, the recognition that FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) in collaboration with CoBat (Consorzio Nazionale Raccolta e Riciclo) grant to the European beaches that fulfil certain environmental quality criteria.