Lush and wild nature inhabited by a rich biodiversity
The Majella National Park is a large, circular, predominantly mountainous area, with peaks that reach or exceed 2000 metres in altitude. Spring is undoubtedly the golden season to visit the Majella Park, with flowers that release their colors and heady scents, the summer instead fascinates lovers of hiking, for the many paths that wind through the woods and leading to the discovery of the wild and majestic nature.
The nature of the park
The Majella Park boasts several wildlife species that inhabit the thick woods. The wooded areas alternate with large meadow and agricultural areas now abandoned, surrounded by more than a dozen peaks.
Caves, gorges, streams flowing down the mountain walls, and rocks shaped by atmospheric agents are witnesses of the incessant work of nature, which every year offers breathtaking landscapes and views.