When you pass through Caorle, a “ritual” not to be missed is the end of the fishing day, when the fishing boats return after the night of fishing to go and sell the fish directly to the market through an ancient and local custom: the auction by ear, a typical silent auction Caorlotta. Fishing in these places has always played a fundamental role, which has designed customs, customs and even architecture, as evidenced by the casoni, the ancient fishermen’s houses in the lagoon, which can still be visited today. Already in the first century before Christ the port of Caorle played an important commercial role. For some years now the “heart” of fishing life, harbor and market, have returned together in the ancient heart of the town, enhancing its role and the rites that accompany it.