List of regional parks of Italy

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The regional parks of Italy include areas of land, sea, rivers and their banks, lakes and their environs which have environmental or naturalistic importance and are often valued for their landscape features and for representing particular local traditions.

They are officially regulated by Presidential Decree D.P.R. 616/77, which transferred the responsibility for their upkeep to the Italian regions. The fifth edition (2003) of Italy's official list of protected natural areas (it) (EUAP) comprises 105 officially designated regional parks, covering a total land area of some 12,000 square kilometres. The list which follows also includes a number of parks not mentioned in the EUAP.

Valle d'Aosta

Piedmont

Lombardy

   Regional parks not included in the EUAP:

Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol

Veneto

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Liguria

Emilia-Romagna

Tuscany

Marche

Umbria

Lazio

Abruzzo

Campania

Apulia

   Regional parks not included in the EUAP:

Basilicata

Calabria

Sicily

Sardinia

  • Parco del Limbara
  • Parco del Marghine e Goceano
  • Parco del Sinis - Montiferru
  • Parco di Monte Arci
  • Parco della Giara di Gesturi
  • Parco di Monte Linas - Oridda - Marganai
  • Parco dei Sette Fratelli - Monte Genas
  • Parco del Sulcis
  • Parco naturale regionale di Porto Conte
  • Parco regionale Molentargius - Saline

See also