Parks and Nature Reserves


Parks and reserves of the Belluno Dolomites give the opportunity for nature lovers to discover unique landscapes crowned by the Dolomites, recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site, and populated by a varied and magnificent flora and fauna.

Deers, chamois, ermines, foxes, badgers, grouses, owls, eagles, bears and wolves (recently reappeared in the mountains) are the animals that you can find in this vast area, stretching from the highest Dolomite peaks of Comelico, Cadore, Val di Zoldo, Agordino to the Alpago peaks and the Valbelluna and Feltre areas.

Through parks and nature reserves, regionally and nationally recognized and protected, you can discover a unique land both in summer and in winter.
The majestic Dolomites, Alps and Prealps foothills, lakes and waterfalls, the Piave river and streams, flora and fauna: this is what can be found in the Belluno area, giving to visitors a set of elements which are the best of what nature can offer.

Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park Feltre The southernmost area of the Dolomites is part of the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park: an environment featuring natural treasures of inestimable value that winds between the Vette Feltrine peaks, the Schiara Dolomite group and the Monti del Sole mountains, covering the territories of 15 municipalities Nature reserve of Mount Faverghera Nature reserve of Mount Faverghera Belluno The reserve is situated on the northeastern side of Mount Faverghera, part of the Veneto Prealps mountain chain in the Nevegal ski resort in the municipality of Belluno and includes the Botanical Garden of the Eastern Alps Regional Forest Val Montina Regional Forest Val Montina Val Montina is the first alpine wilderness area of European importance, located in the municipality of Perarolo di Cadore: an unspoiled area where nature presents itself unchanged, wild and rich in biodiversity Regional Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites Regional Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites In the heart of the eastern Dolomites, in the northern part of the province of Belluno, there is a place to discover the wild side of the Dolomites UNESCO heritage: the Regional Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites. Somadida controlled Nature Reserve Somadida controlled Nature Reserve Somadida controlled Nature Reserve is one of the 130 places under state protection, located in the northern part of the province, including Auronzo di Cadore and Misurina, near Palus San Marco and right of Ansiei stream State-Owned Cansiglio Forest State-Owned Cansiglio Forest Tambre The ancient Forest of the Doges of the Republic of Venice is one of the most important natural resources of the Veneto region and surrounds the Cansiglio plateau inserted in the Campo di Mezzo – Pian Parrocchia Biogenetic Nature Reserve Vincheto di Celarda Nature Reserve Vincheto di Celarda Nature Reserve Feltre The Vincheto di Celarda nature reserve, whose name is linked to the cultivation of willows in the nineteenth century, lies near the river bank covering almost 99 hectares in the town of Feltre and is managed by the State Forestry Corps Department
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