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Italian National Parks

Italian National Parks

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Italian National Parks …. a great resource and a great experience. From north to south of the Country, Parks are waiting to be visited, hiked and lived.
What can you do in the Parks? Trekking by foot and riding, canoeing, hunting for mushrooms, observing animals in their natural habitat, sleeping in mountain lodges, following rivers and streams among the woods until you get to the falls, climbing …. and many other things.
Italy is a wonderful Country, rich in history and nature, and with its Parks reflects all this beauty.

What is a National Park? A National Park can be an earthly territory, river, marine or lacustrine that can  have one or more ecosystems still intact and one or more structures of  geological or biological nature which are National Conservation Areas.

PARKS:

Piemonte

1. Gran Paradiso
2. Val Grande

Valle d’Aosta

1. Gran Paradiso

Lombardy

3. Stelvio

Trentino Alto Adige

3. Stelvio

Veneto

4.  Belluno Dolomites

Liguria

5. Cinque Terre

Emilia Romagna

6. Tuscan-Emilian Apennines
7. Casentino Forests Monte Falterona Campigna

Tuscany

6. Tuscan – Emilian Apennines
7. Casentino Forests Monte Falterona Campigna
9. Tuscan Archipelago

Umbria

10. Monti Sibillini
11. Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga

Lazio

12. Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise
13. Circeo
11. Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga.

Abruzzo

11. Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga.
12. Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise.
14. Majella.

Molise

12. Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise.

Campania

15. Cilento and Vallo di Diano Alburnums
16. Vesuvius

Puglia

17. Alta Murgia
18. Gargano

Basilicata

19. Lucano Apennines Val d’Agri Lagonegrese
20. Pollino

Calabria

21. Aspromonte
22. Sila
20. Pollino

Sardinia

23. Archipelago of La Maddalena
24. Asinara
25. Gennargentu

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