Via Selva Rosata 100, 30021 Caorle (Venice)
Ideally located on the coast between Venice and Trieste, Dune is a cosy agriturismo surrounded by greenery on the final Veneto coastal oasis, between Eraclea Mare and Caorle. The old farmhouse has been fully renovated, and the large swimming pool for adults and children, the vast grounds with pine grove, the private beach, the cultivated fields and the vineyard, the sand and the sea make Dune Agriturismo a unique, sheltered, safe spot for families and groups of friends to spend peaceful days in total relaxation, surrounded by nature.
A range of accommodation options are available, all stylishly furnished with all the home comforts you could need, for a relaxing break in a cosy, natural, family setting, surrounded by total beauty.
You can stay in a twin or double room (with the option to add a third bed), with breakfast included all year round, or you can make use of the agriturismo's wonderful glamping facilities - wooden smart homes with private Jacuzzi Spa tubs, kitchens, two bathrooms, scenic terraces and full home comforts for 4-6 guests, or splendid luxury tents in wood and cotton with bathrooms and kitchens, for 4-5 guests with covered verandas.
In season, Dune Agriturismo offers a large swimming pool for adults (25m x 12m) and a smaller children's pool, a private beach in addition to the public beach opposite, a synthetic multi-sports surface for football and tennis, a beach volleyball court and vast private grounds stretching from the sea to the country pine grove.
From May to September, you can also make use of the restaurant and bar, which serves delicacies prepared using wholesome produce from the vegetable garden, served in a cosy family setting. You can choose from half-board, full-board or an à la carte menu. There are outstanding red and white wines too, produced on the farm itself, and stunning Limousin beef from the certified, award-winning farm's own cattle.
Dune is the ideal base for exploring the surrounding area, home to food and wine and art trails winding from the Lison and Pramaggiore wine region to the Prosecco hills, from the islands of Murano and Burano in the Venice lagoon to Padua and Treviso, from the wild beaches of Brussa to Trieste.
The farm's vines are part of the Doc Piave. This area's winemaking vocation is strong, but today it produces a range of high quality produce, not just wine, but also fruit, vegetables and fodder for rearing beef cattle.
The area also has much to offer in the way of sport. The farm is right on the Monaco/Venice and Venice/Trieste cycle track, and you can also mountain bike to the Laguna del Mort or along the Piave River. On the farm you can swim in the pool or the sea opposite, play five-a-side football, tennis and beach volleyball, or simply enjoy long strolls around the estate which spreads in all directions.
Nearby, golf lovers can make the most of two stunning greens: Golf Pra delle Torri and Golf di Jesolo. Then there are seaside resorts which offer fishing, surfing, sailing, canoeing and more.
Just a short distance away you'll find the city of Venice, unique worldwide for its art, history, structure and fine food and wine, worth spending a day or more exploring. And there's the historic centre of Caorle too, one of the region's many picturesque towns.
For shopping, you'll be spoiled for choice, from the huge McArthur Glen designer outlet in Noventa to Jesolo with its pedestrianised streets, and the nearby shopping centres of San Donà and Marcon, to the traditional boutiques and little shops of the surrounding area.
There are also cultural events all year round, from exhibitions to concerts, car meets, performances of all kinds, and much, much more. To name just a few, the historic Regata, the Venice Carnival, the Redentore Feast, the Vogalonga boat race in Venice, the Jesolo Midnight Marathon, the Griglie Roventi barbecue championships in Caorle, Miss Italia in Jesolo, and open wine cellars in spring.
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Set menu + └ la carte
Please to meet you, my name is Francesca and I am 47 years old.
I have been managing Dune Agriturismo since 2007 along with my family.
We take care of: we welcome the guests, we take care of the crops, we rear the animals.
It was a desire to to keep the family business alive which led me to run an agriturismo.
Our guests' favourite thing about Dune Agriturismo is the chance to stay in a natural setting.
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