Regional Parks of Italy
Latest update: 20 February 2022
This collection of Regional Parks of Italy visits four distinct Italian regions. In the south, the region of Campania is represented by the Matese Regional Park while heading north to Tuscany we find the Parco di Pratolino which is also part a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Medici Villas and Gardens in Tuscany.
Another park that forms a UNESCO listing is the Po Delta Regional Park in Veneto; rich in wildlife and marking the point where Italy's longest river, the River Po empties out into the Adriatic Sea, it's recognised by UNESCO under the 1995 listing: Ferrara, City of the Renaissance and its Po Delta.
The final park in the collection is the Parco Naturale Orsiera Rocciavrè which is situated in the Val di Susa, close to the French border in the region of Piedmont, north western Italy.