The Park of the Po Delta offers, in every season, experiences to taste, memorize and share. These are the activities we recommend for each period. And, in case you’re photographic enthusiast, every season is good for a profitable photoshoop, thanks to the different scenarios that you can watch.
Are you lovers of the open air? This land offers many excursions for trekking, by biking or saddling on a 4X4. You also get a chance to see the Fossil Dunes of Massenzatica that testify life on the Adriatic coast dating back to the Bronze Age. Among the events we report Primavera Slow, a rich program involving education, workshops, exhibitions, guided tours, sporting events, and enogastronomy. We suggest you also visit the International Birdwatching Fair, perfect for lovers of photography, slow tourism, biodiversity and sustainability.
Just remember to put a good sunscreen (and an anti-mosquito for those with delicate skin) to explore the valleys of the Park by boat between canals and reeds. For horse-riding enthusiasts do not miss a romantic ride on the water at sunrise or sunset. If at the end of the day you want to relax, we recommend a beneficial stop at the Thermae Oasis. A visit to Goro’s lighthouse becomes a must.
Although with the arrival of autumn the days begin to shorten there are so many ways to enjoy the Par. You can have a taste of the delicacies of the territory on the occasion of the Eel Festival. You can walk between the silence and lush of the pinewoods of Ravenna or in the folds of history visiting the Garibaldi’s hut.
When climatic conditions worsen, the visit to the Park can concentrate on cultural heritage: discovering the 9 localities that are part of the Park (Argenta, Ostellato, Comacchio, Codigoro, Goro and Mesola in the province of Ferrara and Cervia, Ravenna and Alfonsine in the Ravenna area) or of the numerous museums and monuments (Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe, Delizie Estensi, House Museum Remo Brindisi, Pomposa Abbey) that are in the territory.