In the Tuscan Apennines Mountains, there is a large protected area of some of the largest and finest woodlands in all of Italy. The Foreste Casentinesi – Monte Falterona – Campigna National Park is home to many different animals and plants, and has been inhabited by man for thousands of years. One of the more popular destinations in the park» Read more
Located close to the sea, the Aspromonte National Park is home to one of the largest mountains in all of Italy. The peak of Mount Montalto stands at 1,955 meters above sea level. Covering an area that encompasses almost 80,000 hectares, the national park offers some of the finest views of the surrounding countryside and of the sea. The area» Read more
Gargano National Park – great sea, forests and mountains, what else you need for your next holidays?
In the southern part of Italy, you will find the Gargano National Park which covers the area of the Foresta Umbra which was established back in 1977 along with the entirety of Mount Gargano. Within the borders of the national park you will also find the Tremiti Islands which is a small group of islands situated only 22 kilometers off» Read more
The island of Asinara is not only the third largest in the region of Sardinia (after Sardinia itself and Sant’Antioco) it is also a national park which has a long and sorted history that dates back thousands of years into the past. Known locally as the Devil’s Island, or Isola del Diavolo in Italian, Asinara was used as a quarantine» Read more
It was back in 1991 when the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park was founded. The park can be found in the Salerno Province, and it is considered to be the largest national park in Italy. It covers the distance from the Apennines foothills all the way out to the Tyrrhenian Sea. While only recently made a national park,» Read more