Are you lovers of birdwatching and you can not stay away from nature? Then yuo can not resist the charm of the so called Parco Delta del Po as your next destination for your exursion: an oasis of incredible beauty, with varied flora and rich fauna.
Get away from the usual itineraries and immerse yourself in a unique and regenerating experience! The park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999 and within its perimeter you can meet, observe and study over 300 species of birds. This makes the Parco del Delta del Po the largest Italian ornithological area, as well as one of the most relevant in Europe.
A real paradise for biologists, naturalists, photography enthusiasts and birdwatchers: continuing your excursion of the park, you can observe its variety of environments including woods, freshwater marshes, brackish water lagoons, salt marshes, rice paddies, coasts sandy and dune landscapes. This rich mosaic allows the observation of numerous species of water birds that find the perfect habitat where to nest, feed or stop. When can you visit it? The advice is to leave in the moments of greatest migratory transit, which include the months between mid-July and mid-October, and between late February and mid-April. In these periods of the year, in fact, there are the largest number of species, about 50 of the only waterfowl. Binoculars in hand, you can observe birds such as flamingos, spoonbill, osprey, herring gull, cormorants and numerous Anatidae and limicolous.
On foot, by bicycle or by boat, the Parco Delta del Po awaits you for an unforgettable experience immersed in unspoiled nature!
A land to discover:
Nature: visit the park to discover the biodiversity present in the area
Animals: you can observe numerous species of mammals including deers, rice field mouse etc.
Sport: you can discover the area in suggestive walks or with a bike tour immersing yourself in nature