Parco Nazionale dell’Appennino Tosco-Emiliano
- Via Val d'Enza, 31A - Vetto
Between the passes of the Cisa and the Scissors, the wooded ridges that separate Tuscany from Emilia give way to a real mountain environment. The peaks of Alpe di Succiso, Monte Prado and Monte Cusna exceed 2000 metres, the forests make way for rocks, lakes and high altitude meadows. Further down, on the Emilian side, the unmistakable Pietra di Bismantova dominates the landscape with its vertical walls. The National Park of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines boasts an extraordinary richness of environments, from prairies to blueberry moors to the most impervious peaks; and also lakes, waterfalls, ponds, rocky walls that stand out against the torrents; animals such as wolves, mouflons, roe deer, golden eagles and botanical rarities that make entire areas real natural botanical gardens. The tourist value of this natural area also focuses on quality products and services at competitive prices, excellent facilities for sports activities and relaxation.