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Parco Nazionale di Orosei e Gennargentu

National Park of Orosei and Gennargentu

Considered the most beautiful and wildest of the Italian Parks, it extends over 24 municipalities: Aritzo, Arzana, Baunei, Belvi, Desulo, Dorgali, Fonni, Gairo, Lodine, Meana Sardo, Oliena, Ollolai, Olzai, Orgosolo, ?voda, Seui , Seulo, arise, Talana, Tiana, Tonara, Urzulei, Ussassai, Villagrande-Strisaili, most of which are mountainous, but some of them – Dorgali and Cala Gonone – are on the sea

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Stelvio National Park

Is one of the largest protected areas in Europe and one of the oldest Italian Natural Parks, established to protect the flora and fauna, and to promote sustainable tourism in the Alpine Valleys of Lombardy, Trentino and Alto Adige. Almost entirely mountainous territory, the center of the park is made up of the Ortles-Cevedale which includes a hundred glaciers, including that of the Forni, the larg

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Parco Nazionale foreste Casentinesi

Casentino Forest National Park

Between Romagna, the Casentino area and the Mugello extends a large protected area, including woods and forests that are among the largest and best preserved in Italy, as well as flora and fauna of great interest. In Romagna there is the mountain portion of the valleys of the Montone, of Rabbi, of Bidente and of Tramazzo; the Tuscan area includes a small part of the mountainous Mugello and the Cas

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National Park of the Belluno Dolomites

Created to protect an area of extraordinary beauty, the park stretches from the Cismon Valley and the river Piave, with heights ranging from 400 meters and the 2563 of the Monte Schiara. The Belluno Dolomites are peripherals, very spectacular as rugged and wild, but rich in rare species and a wide variety of environments. The park sees more than mountains groups: the Feltrine Alps, with steep crag

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Cinque Terre National Park

The coast between Sestri Levante and La Spezia is rough and wild, characterized by cliffs and steep mountain slopes. A landscape so beautiful to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Striking the magnificent villages of Cinque Terre, famous throughout in the world: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore that, facing the sea, appear almost clinging to the rocks. The park extends from

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Parco Nazionale Aspromonte

Aspromonte National Park

The Aspromonte National Park is located in the province of Reggio Calabria and takes its name from the Aspromonte massif. The park protects the ends of a huge granite-crystalline block occupying the southernmost tip of the peninsula, and was created to protect the environment of the territories of the former section of the Aspromonte National Park of Calabria. It, however, dates back to the Greek

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