What to see in the Comacchio valleys

An itinerary to discover the valleys of Comacchio

The Comacchio Valleys are part of the Po Regional Park and are characterized by an extension of over 11,000 hectares.

The strong point of this vast territory is undoubtedly the fauna and flora that inhabit it.

You can admire the famous pink flamingos that populate the entire area throughout the courtship period and during nesting.
It is the largest Italian colony of these famous birds immediately after Sardinia, do not worry: the park is organized into stations, so you will have the opportunity to use routes already established in such a way as not to miss anything.

Then how not to give up a boat trip?

It is a private viewpoint to admire the valleys of Comacchio. In this way you can touch with your own hands the famous 'casoni', that is the ancient fishing stations that the pastures used to get the fish that they would then sell at the market.

This is the only way you can better understand the way of life of the 'vallanti' of the past.

What else to say?

The valleys of Comacchio are very enjoyable by bike, if you don't have them, don't worry, the area has several centers where you can rent one.

 You'll find a number of loop routes that will take you back to the point where you left off.

The Comacchio valleys are all this and much more, don't miss them.

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