The Po Delta Park in Emilia-Romagna, more than 128,494 acres among the provinces of Ferrara and Ravenna, is one of the most important wetlands in Europe with ecological and landscape features including the languid atmosphere that makes it one of a kind.
In the Emilia Romagna Apennines, everyone has a good time. In the winter, the 15 ski resorts offer 300 km of slopes. In the summer, the activities are endless: excursions on two wheels, river fishing, walks in the woods, and adventures in the many parks!
On the official site of the Apennines and Greenery in Emilia Romagna, you can find a wide range of Nature Vacation deals, always up to date and organized by themes and time periods.
The full programme of spring events dedicated to slow tourism in the nature reserve of the Po Delta continues with hikes, bike rides, boat rides, horseback riding, tastings, lessons and workshops. The fun is guarantueed until June 26.
What not to miss
The Po River flows for more than 100 kilometers in the area around Piacenza, delineating the western boarder of Emilia Romagna. It unites history and landscape as it runs through the region before emptying out into the Adriatic Sea, crossing through the lands around Reggio Emilia, full of exquisite little towns.
A nearly 500 kilometre route links two National Parks, five Regional parks and one Inter-regional park, and offers the best of the Apennine mountains, places with vast panoramic views, wild nature, and historic traces of ancient boundaries.
Those who love bikes and nature can now pedal on 10 new bike paths inside 9 regional parks and a nature reserve, from Piacenza to Romagna, easily reached by train and by trails with varying degrees of difficulty.
What to do
From the Emilia Romagna Apennines all the way down to the Riviera, there are many ways to have fun for those who love getting in touch with nature when they are on holiday.
In the greenest region in Italy, you can enjoy the natural beauties and breathtaking views offered by 2 national parks, the Appennino Tosco Emiliano Park and the Foreste Casentinesi Park, Monte Falterona and Campigna, 1 inter-regional park and 14 regional parks.