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Waterway 1 - Tagliamento

The departure is from Bibione, from the mouth of the Tagliamento, that divides the Veneto and the Friuli Venezia Giulia regions. The Latin writers called this river Tilaventum Rapax for the strength and the impetuosity of its floods. Along the banks there is a dense woody vegetation where the Austrian black pine, a plant not usually found below an altitude of 400 metres, is conspicuous. Navigating up river you can moor in the localities of Cesarolo, San Filippo and the chief town of San Michele al Tagliamento, ending in the north east of Veneto Orientale at San Giorgio al Tagliamento.

Waterway 2 - Lemene

The main waterway of this itinerary is the Lemene, river of resurgences, whose source is unknown. The place where the water flows can be identified in the area between San Vito al Tagliamento and Casarsa del Friuli, known as the place of the resurgences. The irrigation ditch Versa, enriched by other irrigation ditches and small rivers , changes its name to Lemene near Bagnarola. After passing Stalis, Cintello and Portovecchio , the Lemene arrives in Portogruaro, where it receives the water of the resurgence Versiola and the river Reghena. On its upper flow the Lemene runs between banks full of vegetation, with crystal waters and gravelly depths.

Waterway 3 - Livenza

From the fishing port of Caorle, crossing the Varogio canal, you reach the river Livenza and turning right you go north-east as far as Ca'Corniani, ancient rural community closely bound with the history of Caorle. The name of the hamlet Ca'Corniani originated from the Venetian family Corniani who at the end of 1600 bought an agricultural area of about 1700 hectares delimitated by the Livenza river and the canals "Dead Livenza" and "Commessera".