Discover Cavallino Beach nestled along our coastline
The splendid Cavallino Beach is nestled along the 15 km stretch of coastline in the municipality of Cavallino Treporti, not far from the mouth of the Sile River and the Cavallino Lighthouse.
It is a wide beach of fine golden sand with a wild charm, bordered by a continuous succession of natural dunes that separate it from the lush greenery of the pine forest.
CAVALLINO'S FREE BEACH
The calm and azure waters of the Adriatic Sea, combined with the shallow sandy seabed, make Cavallino Beach the perfect destination for a day at the beach with children. Here, they can have fun building sandcastles and swimming in the sea, under the watchful eyes of our professional lifeguards.
The beach is partially free and partially equipped, suitable even for those spending their holidays with their four-legged friends, who can access the beach but are not allowed to swim.
For those who want to take a break from sunbathing, they can enjoy the natural shade provided by the pine forest behind. The pine forest is unique for its rich variety of fauna and flora, inhabited by migratory birds such as the Kentish Plover, as well as wild orchids, willows, and reeds. The dominant tree species in the pine forest are maritime pine and domestic pine, but you will also find black pine, Aleppo pine, Bohemian olive trees, and tamarisks.