Just a few moments and you will definitely fall in love with the valleys of Comacchio.
Pass the town of Sant’Alberto (before, make sure to pop into the Museum NatuRA), and climb on the southern bank of the Reno river… as soon as you look up in the sky, it’s done! Your eyes will do the rest.
Known as the SOUTHERN VALLEYS OF COMACCHIO (or Furlana Valley), the landscape unfolding in front of you is the ideal place for a walk in the open air. You’ll hear the wind whispering, the birds singing, the reed beds swishing, the inebriating scent of flowers, and the warmth of the sun.
Flocks of birds of various species, including the beloved flamingos, dot the horizon, caressing the waters of the vast brackish lagoon. You will see spoonbills, terns, shelducks, black-winged stilts.
From here, you reach on foot or by bike the hut in Sant’Alberto, located on the valley’s edge, and from there visit the Peninsula of Boscoforte (booking is compulsory), or – if you prefer – you can reach the Oasis of Volta Scirocco, a very important ornithological station.