DELTA DEL PO
The park of the Po Delta is one of the most evocative oases in Italy as well as the second largest wetland in Europe.
Woods and green pine groves, fresh and brackish water valleys and rivers that flow into the Adriatic, these are some of the things that make up the Po Delta.
Naturalistic treasures can be found, which are rarely found in the world; in fact in 1999 they were declared a World Heritage Site.
To protect this natural heritage there are two parks, which extend for 66,000 hectares, covering two regions.
A labyrinth of landscape possibilities that includes the Veneto Regional Park on one side, north of the great river Po; on the other, towards the south, the Emilia Romagna Regional Park.
Anyone is surprised by the great variety of environments and cultural attractions that this area can offer.
Woods reminiscent of dark woods where majestic deer roam, flamingos and cormorants surrounded by reeds that walk in the fog between low brackish lagoons, small fishing villages linked to the collection of clams or eels.
This is the landscape that appears from the river Po to the valleys of Comacchio to those who visit the Ferrara part of the Delta.