Parco Nazionale delle Gran Paradiso

Woods, grasslands, mountains, rocks and glaciers… all within 70,000 hectares of land. This is the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso, the first national park to be established in Italy.

Parco Nazionale Arcipelago Toscano

Nature has always fascinated human being by the wonders and the mysteries it had hidden in its robe. Man ventured and gathered the jewels of nature only to capture it in the frames hanging in the wall or in the form of stuffed skins hanging above the mantle.

Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi

The fast urban lifestyles of the present race leaves no space for us to be loved and cared by mother nature and to allow her to exhibit the vast wonders of her storehouse. Thanks to the few heavens still left in the globe where we can reach serenity in the lap of Mother Nature. National park of the casentinesi forest is one among such destination.

Parco Regionale della Maremma

Few places in this world can boast the blessings of land, water and air together in the eternal construction of its beauty. Maremma is one such place carved with artistic hands of all three forces of nature - the land, water and air. The resulting park is a huge area of lush vegetation, exhibiting the various species of animal kingdom and the gentle touch of glorious beaches of aquatic ecological importance.

Parco Regionale delle Alpi Apuane

Natural wonders are not uncommon in this world but still there are places, which claim the personal attention of Mother Nature perhaps for the reason that Mother Nature has her abode in such places.

Parco Regionale de Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli

What if the jog park where you do the jogging turns one day a mini natural resource with animals moving amidst the woods that you have never seen before. Certainly marvelous and amazing for anyone and perhaps that would change the life altogether bringing new dimension to it and rejuvenating the life as new.

National Park of Pollino

The National Park of Pollino, extending over 192,565 hectares, is the largest of the more recently constituted national parks of Italy.

Majella –All Things Wild and Wonderful

The Majella National Park is one of Italy’s newest national parks. It was founded as late as in 1993, and stretches over some 86,000 hectares of spectacular terrain in the provinces of Pescara, Chieti and L’Aquila.