Best Nature Reserves in Italy



Chianti – the region of unique wine | Tuscany, Italy

Chianti – the region of unique wine | Tuscany, Italy

In Tuscany, Italy, you will find the area that is known simply as Chianti. Every year, countless people from all over the globe make their way to Chianti, one of the most well-known wine regions of Italy. Chianti extends across the Siena and Florence provinces and includes all of the cities as far to the […]

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Parco dell’Uccellina – oasis full of natural beauty in Italy

Parco dell’Uccellina – oasis full of natural beauty in Italy

Located in Tuscany, Italy as part of the Parco Naturale della Maremma, the Parco dell’Uccellina has grown to become a very popular tourist destination. The Parco dell’Uccellina is a nature reserve that is dedicated to some of the rarest of wild animals in Italy. There are many different species of foxes, boar, deer and birds […]

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Ritten Earth Pillars – natural pyramids in Italy

Ritten Earth Pillars – natural pyramids in Italy

Just outside of the sleepy little village of Ritten which is located in the South Tyrol region of Italy, you will find some of the most amazing, naturally occurring pillars that can be dated back to more than 10,000 years ago. There is somewhere between 100 and 150 of these naturally occurring pyramids which are […]

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Monte-Bondone – a popular ski resort suitable for families with young kids in Italy

Monte-Bondone – a popular ski resort suitable for families with young kids in Italy

Monte Bondone is a popular ski resort located in northern Italy, just 20 kilometers from the famous university city of Trento. Seamless access to the historic city center is attractive for those skiers who want to spend their winter holidays not only in residences on the slopes, but also want to learn something from the […]

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The Nebrodi Mountains – the largest forested area of Sicily, Italy

The Nebrodi Mountains – the largest forested area of Sicily, Italy

The Nebrodi Mountains, Madonie Mountains and Peloritani Mountains together form the Sicilian Apennines (Appennini Siculo). Their northern slopes point to the Tyrrhenian Sea, while in the south they border the volcanic landscape area around Mount Etna. The main characteristic feature of the landscape Nebrodi is a great diversity of landforms, rich vegetation and wetlands. The […]

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Monte Cofano Nature Reserve – breathtaking area in Sicily, Italy

Monte Cofano Nature Reserve – breathtaking area in Sicily, Italy

Monte Cofano is a mountainous limestone promontory, with a characteristic triangular shape situated at an altitude of 659 meters. It is located on the coast of the province of Trapani, between San Vito Lo Capo and Bonagia. The whole area covers 537.5 hectares and includes also small seasonal wetlands, a torrential ravine and several karst […]

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