Holidays in the Italian National Parks


Farm holidays in the Italian National Parks

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    • From Piedmont to Puglia, from Liguria to Campania, Italy is a country rich in protected natural areas, with a particular environmental and naturalistic value due to the presence of intact ecosystems and for this reason preserved and protected. With 24 National Parks, each one with exceptional ... See more

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From Piedmont to Puglia, from Liguria to Campania, Italy is a country rich in protected natural areas, with a particular environmental and naturalistic value due to the presence of intact ecosystems and for this reason preserved and protected. With 24 National Parks, each one with exceptional environmental characteristics, Italy is a fascinating destination for green holidays in the sign of nature, sport and outdoor life among breathtaking views, mountains, forests, and lakes. Here is a list of some of the most beautiful Italian National Parks near which you can book your stay choosing among our Farms, B&B, Holiday Homes and Apartments.

Gran Paradiso National Park

The Gran Paradiso National Park was the first national park established in Italy, in 1922. Extended between Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta, it is a true paradise for nature and mountain lovers. In a predominantly alpine environment where it is easy to meet chamois and ibex, thick woods of larches, firs and pines alternate, climbing up, leaving room for alpine pastures full of flowers and then reaching the highest peaks of rocks and glaciers.

Cinque Terre National Park

The Cinque Terre National Park is located in Liguria , in the province of La Spezia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. In an environment where the integration between environment and man is successful, there are towering coasts overlooking the sea, coves and beaches, paths and medieval villages to be discovered at a walking pace.

National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano

Extended between Campania , in the province of Salerno and Basilicata, the Cilento National Park was the first Italian national park to become Bioparco. It is a vast territory that is characterized by a great variety of environments: coastal and mountain areas, rivers and streams, forests and steep paths are the environment of protected plants and animals. The park also includes archaeological areas of worldwide interest such as the archaeological sites of Paestum and Velia .

National Park of the Casentinesi Forests

The Foreste Casentinesi National Park extends between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany , not far from the cities of Florence , Arezzo and Siena . It is one of the largest forest areas in Europe, which includes the most extensive forests and forests in Italy. Of its approximately 37 thousand hectares, about 80% are forests. Here there are a large number of floral species and two splendid sanctuaries, Camaldoli and La Verna. The fauna consists of the deer, the fallow deer, the roe deer, the wild boar, the mouflon and the wolf. Mushroom presence is important.

Vesuvius National Park

The Vesuvius National Park was established to defend and enhance a unique landscape in the world. The park develops around the Somma-Vesuvius volcanic complex and is an area of %u200B%u200Bfundamental importance from a landscape and geological point of view. Considered one of the richest territories on the planet with regard to vegetation and flora, its lava soil allows it to host rare varieties and is therefore, despite its small extent, one of the richest areas of species. The park is also connected to the protected area that includes the coast facing the volcano, including the city of Pompeii .

Alta Murgia National Park

Located in Puglia between the provinces of Bari and Barletta-Andria-Trani, the Alta Murgia National Park consists mainly of limestone rocks, tuffs and deposits of clays. But in the green stand out also buildings in dry stone, majestic farmhouses as well as splendid architectural evidence such as Castel del Monte hunting residence of Frederick II.

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