PRIMAVERA SLOW 2013
Slow Spring. Experience nature in the Emilia-Romagna Po Delta Park
In the enchanting natural setting of the Po Delta Park, there will be a full calendar of events focused on birdwatching and slow tourism.
All the activities have "slowness" as a guideline and are aimed at making visitors discover the beauty and richness of the Delta area.
Weekends will be hosted in the most suggestive places of the Po Delta Park, which will allow visitors to enjoy the territory through SLOW tourism, slow and quality tourism that moves respecting the environment and the landscape, inhabitants of the territories, the traditions and local customs, and typical local products.
Excursions, boat tours, cycling tours, horse rides, golf and eco-friendly sports, environmental learning laboratories, special events, food and wine tastings and many more activities will be organized all around the Po Delta Park, from Goro to Mesola, passing through the Comacchio Lagoons and reaching even the southern territories around Cervia and Ravenna.
Six special events are on schedule for next spring:
the first will be “Slow Easter in Po Delta Park”, organized from March 29th to April 1st, 2013, with romantic moonwatching excursions, cycling itineraries, and so much more.
Next April 6th/7th, and 13th/14th, many other events will be organized.
Then, a brand new event: ITINERADELTA 4 intermodal itineraries in Emilia-Romagna Po Delta Park (April 13th/14th; 20th/21st, 27th/28th): three special weekends to discover nature, food and sports in the Po Delta Park. The itineraries will be:
Comacchio and its Lagoons, the Reno Riverway, (Argenta, Alfonsine and Ravenna), the Pinewood of S. Vitale, Punte Alberete and Piallassa della Baiona. During the event, it will be possible to try different means of transport (horse, bike, boat), and to take part in different tours, organized for journalists, teachers, or groups.
In Comacchio, from April 27th to May 5th, the “Fotofestival Asferico 2013”, for birdwatchers and photography lovers, will be held.
May and June 2013 will be entirely dedicated to the Cervia-Milano Marittima territory.
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