The landscapes of the Adriatic coast are perfect for long and relaxing walks in the fresh air. And not only in the summer; there are beautiful days in the spring and autumn too! Leave the traffic and hum of the city behind you and discover places that will capture your heart.
Ca’ Roman is an extraordinary nature reserve located in the extreme southern stretch of the island of Pellestrina. The dune environment is one of the best preserved in the Upper Adriatic and boasts a unique wealth of fauna. Its naturalistic values have earned Ca’ Roman the designations of Site of Community Importance (SCI) and Special Protection Area (SPA).
The wonders of nature fascinate tourists and scholars who visit the Coastal Botanical Gardens of Porto Caleri (Rovigo). The gardens is home to a unique environment of considerable scientific interest. Visitors tour the gardens on foot along the characteristic wooden footbridges, observing the typical vegetation of the coastal-sea environment.
Vallevecchia is one of the few places where it is still possible to observe the flora and fauna typical of sandy shores. The naturalistic haven can be visited on foot for an experience of total relaxation; the perfect refuge for lovers of nature, peace and tranquillity.
This fishing valley is considered by the region to be a landscape protection area. Although privately owned, for some years Valgrande has welcomed visitors by offering eco-friendly excursions, protecting the environment and its natural balance.