Green Flags

Cavallino Treporti: awarded location fit for children

This vast beach is equipped with umbrellas and children's playgrounds, and has fine sand that slopes gently into the sea. The water is shallow and clean, and the Cavallino Treporti coast rescue service is always on the lookout. It is because of these features that our area, nestled between the Northern Adriatic and the Northern Lagoon of Venice, also received the esteemed "Green Flags" award.

Allocation criteria

This award is granted by Italian paediatricians and is based on a clear set of criteria that identifies the best beaches for families with children up to 18 years of age. To be eligible for the Green Flag, beaches must: have clean, shallow waters, a safe shoreline, fine sand, a lifeguard service, areas for children to play, and a large beach with parasols and convenient facilities and services to meet family needs.

If you are looking for a location suitable for the family, then the Green Flags award is a useful and credited indicator to help you to decide where to spend quiet and pleasant holidays for the whole family.

Designed for families, ideal for everyone

The Cavallino Treporti area is designed for families with restaurants, clubs, shops, events, shows and water and other sporting activities that are organised to meet the needs of children and adults and to give everyone a holiday full of fun and entertainment.

The beaches have sports pitches, playgrounds for children and other entertainment offerings. There are also accommodation options, which offer many different services designed to provide the family with all the amenities for an unforgettable holiday.
The entire Cavallino Treporti area is the ideal setting for a family holiday. You can find campsites and open air holiday villages that have complete freedom and security, events for kids, a stunning natural environment to discover and cycle routes that allow you to venture out into rare and enchanting surroundings. This is the ideal place to let children have a special adventure, where they can learn about the lagoon, flora and fauna, and admire unusual nature, from the sandbars to the shoals and valleys of fish.

There are also farms that sell local products, where the family will be able to enjoy the sweetness of our vegetables. You will also be able to show them how and where they are planted, and buy a bag of cherry tomatoes to eat along the way. This is a return to simplicity, and a very special opportunity to get back in touch with nature and ourselves.