Grotta Grande del Cervo near Pietrasecca has produced some important archeological and palaeontological finds, can be visited with a guide. Leggi tutto.
Zompo lo Schioppo waterfalls: Abruzzo's tallest waterfalls (80m) is particularly impressive in spring Leggi tutto.
The wild amphiteatheatre in the Camosciara mountain group is one of the most famous and important spots in the Park Leggi tutto.
The greenest valley in the Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo features pleasant walking tracks, mountain-bike trails... Leggi tutto.
Rose valley beech forest: from Civitella Alfedena the popular trail leads up through this forest offering an opportunity to see and photograph the chamois Leggi tutto.
The park is populated with various rare plant species, as well as wolfes, roebuck, deer, golden egles and griffon vultures Leggi tutto.
the badlands were created by the erosion of clay soils by meteoritic rainfall and appera as large troughs in the hillside Leggi tutto.
Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo was created in 1922 to protected the Apennines, in particular bears and chamois. Leggi tutto.
Established in 1971, the Natural Reserve spans 2.600 ha and features a great variety of habitats, flora and fauna Leggi tutto.
Over 60 resurgences feed the expanse of water southwest of Popoli. The symbol of this conservation area is a moorthen sitting on a marsh reed. Leggi tutto.
Gran Sasso d'Italia is the highest mountain in the Apennines, with Corno Grande peak (2912m) . Photo Paolo Ramacciotti Leggi tutto.