Adriatic Coast and nature
The Adriatic Coast and the hinterland of the Emilia Romagna region boast a rich landscape, which combines different natural environments with man-made works: natural parks, reserves, wild coasts, dunes, pinewood forests, lagoons, mountains and fertile plains.
From the banks of the river Po to the Apennines, passing through the salt-pans of Cervia, there are different natural landscapes rich in flora and fauna. A fourth of the territory is covered with forests most of which are protected by Natural Parks and Reserves.
The Adriatic Coast and its hinterland offer the lovers of nature many opportunities to relax and to have fun through different excursions.
An adventurous visit to the caves of Onferno, a walk along the Apennines, trekking in the Mounts Cusna and Cimone, birdwatching, sports fishing in the Park of the Po Delta, bike excursions in the Po valley and tours by motorship around the marshland between Ravenna and Ferrara are only some of the possibilities this territory offers the lovers of nature.
From the Natural Park of the Casentino Forests to the Regional Park of the Po Delta, from the Natural Reserve of Onferno to the Park of the Salt-pans in Cervia, every province offers visitors charming and fascinating landscapes to be discovered by means of itineraries and guided tours.
Click the Park or Reserve you are interested in to gain information about natural environments and to plan excursions and guided tours.