Cáorle [kaːorlɛ] is a city in the metropolitan city of Venice with 11,672 inhabitants (December 31, 2015) and an area of ​​151 square kilometers. This area Caorle counts in area of ​​the largest communities of northern Italy. The town lies at the mouth of the Livenza in the Adriatic Sea. Caorle is often called "Little Venice". This name owes the place its small streets, its bell towers and painted in typical Venetian colors houses. Noteworthy are especially the cathedral from the 11th century and the cylindrical bell tower from the year 1100 and the church of Madonna dell'Angelo on the east beach. The town lies on the northern Italian Adriatic between the resort towns of San Michele al Tagliamento (Bibione) and Eraclea. The city of Venice is 60 km away, Trieste 120 kilometers away. Closer lying cities such as San Dona di Piave, Portogruaro, Concordia Sagittaria and Treviso. the place by the US writer Ernest Hemingway, who was in San Gaetano and the lagoon of Caorle the inspiration for his novel Across the River and into the Trees became known. Hemingway lived in an estate on the edge of the lagoon of Caorle. Today the house is uninhabited, and you can observe in the course of an excursion from the ship. By the film production That our men Willi can not shake was Caorle especially in German-speaking countries known. The film with the famous actor Heinz Erhardt is a trip to Caorle.