TOWN OF ERACLEA IN THE VENICE PROVINCE
Eraclea is a town and comune in the province of Venice, in the Veneto Region, Italy. It is located on the Adriatic coast between the towns of Caorle and Jesolo. Eraclea Mare, one of the destinations of summer tourism on the Adriatic riviera, is together with Jesolo and Caorle one of the best known seaside resorts on the Venetian coast. There has been a steady growth of foreign tourists, especially from Germany in the recent years.
In 2009, Eraclea Mare was awarded the "3 Sails" by the environmental NGO Legambiente. The city has been awarded the " Blue Flag" several years for the cleanliness of its beaches and seawater. The city's economy is mostly based on agriculture and tourism, because of its 6 km-long beach (Eraclea mare).
Getting to Eraclea
The town is served by Trenitalia route from to Venice and Trieste with the closed train station in San Donà di Piave, and by bus service from Venice Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Airport to the west and south, respectively. By road, Eraclea is reachable from Venice via the A4 through San Donà di Piave to the north.