South Italy National Parks


In Italy there are 22 national parks covering a total of over a million and half hectares, equivalent to about 5% of the national territory.

The national park integrates and completes the preservation of natural parks operated by regional authorities, and vice versa, dealing with very large territories and involving several dozen municipalities.

In addition to national parks, in Italy there are many other protected areas under the control of regions or provinces (provincial or regional authorities parks), and fortunately their number is constantly increasing.


The most well known National Parks in Southern Italy are: (click on the titles or images)

Abruzzo & Molise National Park

Gran Sasso of Italy - Abruzzo

Cilento & Valle di Diano National Park - Campania

Vesuvio National Park

Gargano National Park - Apulia

Pollino Natural Park - Calabria & Basilicata

Sila Grande & Sila Greca - Calabria National Park

Aspromonte National Park

Asinara National Park - Sardinia

La Maddalena National Park - Sardinia


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