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Park with facilities of the Brich di Zumaglia and Mont Préve (Cerrione)
This area is located on the last offshoot of the Biella hills. On the top of the Brich stands a castle that was rebuilt...
Park with facilities of Ponte del Diavolo - Devil's Bridge - (Lanzo Torinese)
This distinctive bridge stands on the border of the town of Lanzo and it consists of a single arch 37 metres long.
Park with facilities of the Rivoli Hill
This park is administered by the Parco regionale de La Mandria (Regional Park of La Mandria) and is located at the foot of the morainal hill of Rivoli.
Po River – Cuneo Tract (Saluzzo)
The entire tract of the Po River within Piemonte is under regional environmental protection. The Cuneo tract consists of the first section of the Parco del Po, including the mountainous part of the river and where the river first flows into the plain and then expands in the “Granda” province.
The Po River Park: The Vercelli – Alessandria Tract (Casale Monferrato)
In its final tract in Piedmont, the Po first flows across a landscape of hills and rice paddies, then enlarges as it flows down a valley into more natural and wild environments where it creates deep curves and builds islands of gravel.
The Po river park – Torino section (Moncalieri)
This is the second of the three large sections between which the management of the Piemonte stretch of the River Po is divided. It includes the stretch of the river between Casalgrasso and Crescentino, in the provinces of Torino and Vercelli.
Parco fluviale Dora - Torino
Dora River Park – Torino
Since 2011 the citizens of Torino have got a new park, thanks to the Italian Government and the City of Turin funding. The park, inserted in the National Infrastructures Plan for the celebration of the 150th anniversary (of the unity of Italy)...
Parco fluviale Gesso e Stura
The green belt of the city of Cuneo, extending over 13.5 km and with an average width of 1 km. Over 1,500 hectares of fluvial habitat adapted not only to nature trails, to discover its inhabitants, rhythms and colours, but also a preferred place to practise sport, educational activities, spend leisure time and explore new cultural itineraries.
The Laghi di Avigliana Nature Park
The Sacra di San Michele looks down upon this protected area, reminding everyone that it has been a reference point for every pilgrim who crosses the Alps on a pilgrimage to Rome or to the Holy Land since the year 1000.
Nature Park of the Bosco delle Sorti della Partecipanza di Trino
The Bosco delle Sorti della Partecipanza di Trino is surrounded by the rice fields that characterise the plain of Vercelli. This wood is one of the very few extraordinary relicts of the ancient postglacial forest that used to cover the plain of the Po, and this portion still survives today thanks to the cutting down policies that was codified back in the XIII century.