Porto Santa Margherita is very well known for its large marina at the mouth of the Livenza River, which has room for approximately 450 boats in the sea and 80 on land.
Porto Santa Margherita is a small beach resort next to Caorle, with only the mouth of the Livenza River separating them.
The history of Porto Santa Margherita stretches back many years, to the time of the Republic of Venice: according to old legends, the people living on this part of the coast played a key role in protecting Venice from pirates.
Porto Santa Margherita is renowned for its large marina, which has room for up to 800 boats and often plays host to sailing regattas in the spring, summer and autumn.
As well as sailing enthusiasts, the resort is popular with families and tourists who want to enjoy not only superb facilities but also peace and quiet during a pleasant holiday by the sea.
A number of bathing establishments run the different parts of the beach and provide services for adults and children. The beach is not too broad, so it is a safe place where children can run around freely without their parents ever losing sight of them.
The pedestrianized area of Porto Santa Margherita town centre is the ideal place for evening strolls among the shops, restaurants, pizzerias and bars.
There are all sorts of opportunities to get some exercise on the sports fields and the municipal swimming pool, which is also open in the winter. In addition, modern cycle paths connect Porto Santa Margherita to the nearby resorts of Altanea and Caorle, offering a sound, convenient and healthy alternative to travelling by car.