The Stelvio National Park is located right in the heart of the central Alps including the entire Ortles-Cevedale mountain group and it is the largest protected area in the Alps. It has a wide variety of trees, flowers and minerals and the Park also protects numerous species of animals including deer, chamois, hares, marmots, ermines, the golden eagle and the bearded vulture.
It’s easy to see all this up close! Just sign-up for the excursions organized by the Park’s Guides.
The Adamello Brenta Nature Park, isn’t as large but it is equally known for the quality of its natural unspoilt surroundings, in addition to being the only area in the Alps in which the brown bear still lives, but there is also a wide range of wildlife and flora within this area and of course the Dolomites which are definitely a unique attraction, also part of the Unesco World Heritage Sites. The Park organizes various activities and excursions to give guests the chance to fully appreciate these charming landscapes.
On June 26th 2009, in Seville, the Dolomites were officially included in the Unesco World Heritage Sites due to their indescribable beauty and one of a kind landscapes in addition to their scientific importance at both a geological and geomorphological level.