Foreste Casentinesi National Park
The National Park of Casentino Forests, Mount Falterona and Campigna covers an area of about 36,000 hectares, equally distributed between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany, including territories of the provinces of Forlì – Cesena, Arezzo and Florence. The Park stands out, from a naturalistic point of view, as one of the richest and most interesting forest areas in Europe, whose heart is made up of the Casentino State Forests and, in particular, the Nature Reserve of Sasso Fratino, established in 1959 and UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2017. The surrounding area also offers splendid sites to discover: the Acquacheta waterfall, the sanctuaries of Camaldoli and La Verna, the Campigna forest, the Palazzo Granducale and Mount Falterona are just some of the places that deserve to be known. The territory of the Park also includes many small villages, rich in history and remarkable artistic and architectural finds. On the Romagna side, Santa Sofia, Premilcuore and Bagno di Romagna are worth a visit.
Santa Sofia Info point
+39 0543 970249
Camaldoli Info point
+39 0575 556130