Concordia Sagittaria was an important Roman colony, particularly prosperous during the first two centuries of the Roman empire. It is now populated by about ten thousand people. Agriculture is the main activity of the area where important cultural and folklore events take place.
How to get there
From Eraclea Mare drive towards Caorle and then follow the signs to Concordia. The town is located 3 km from Portogruaro.
Things to see…
The town, which was founded as a Roman colony in 42 B.C. and preserves a number of important monuments including:
- the Bridge and the Theatre;
- the finds in Via dei Pozzi Romani;
- the public baths and the town wall;
- the Forum;
- the Baptistery and the Basilica;
- the Early Christian complex;
- the Roman burial ground.
Nearby places of interest
- Portogruaro, founded in 1140 and is crossed by the river Lemene, where visitors can admire the National Concordia Museum and the Benedictine Abbey of Summaga.
- Lison-Pramaggiore, famous for its DOC wines, which includes the Tocai grape.