Parco Nazionale del Casentino



The Casentino National Park is one of Italy's hidden gems, a place where untamed nature meets ancient history. Located between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna, the park covers over 36,000 hectares of forests, mountains, and rivers. Here, nature and culture enthusiasts can discover a wide range of attractions, ranging from natural wonders to historical treasures.




One of the landmarks of the Casentino National Park is the Monastery of Camaldoli, founded in 1024.

The monastery and its church, with its medieval frescoes, are one of the most significant attractions in the area.

Walking along the park's trails, you can also discover the ancient Castle of Romena, a medieval castle that housed the Guidi counts and offers a breathtaking spectacle of the surrounding hills.

Among the natural wonders of the park, the Monte Falterona stands out, the highest mountain in the area, offering a panoramic view of the Casentino Valley.

Furthermore, the park is crossed by the Arno River, the most important river in Tuscany, where activities such as rafting and sport fishing can be practiced.

The Casentino National Park is also a wildlife reserve, where you can encounter animals such as wolves, deer, wild boars, and eagles
The Sasso Fratino State Nature Reserve is one of the most important areas in terms of naturalistic value, with a wide range of habitats and a great variety of plant and animal species.

Finally, the Casentino National Park also offers a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and horseback riding.

Thanks to the numerous signposted paths, it is possible to discover the park's most beautiful landscapes and reach its attractions safely and fun.

In summary, the Casentino National Park is a unique place where nature and culture meet.
A place that offers a wide range of attractions, ideal for those seeking an active and full of discoveries vacation.

Come and discover this hidden paradise nestled among the Tuscan and Emilian hills, and be enchanted by its beauties.