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A European Geopark is a territory which includes a particular geological heritage and a sustainable territorial development strategy supported by a European program to promote development. A European Geopark comprises a certain number of geological sites of particular importance in terms of their scientific quality, rarity, aesthetic appeal or educational value.

National Parks

Unesco World HeritageUnesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasCilento, Vallo di Diano e Alburni181.048 ha
European Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasPollino192.565 ha
European Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasVal Grande15.000 ha

Regional Parks

Unesco World HeritageUnesco Man and BiosphereEuropean Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasAdamello Brenta62.052 ha
European Geoparks NetworkAlpi Apuane20.598 ha
European Geoparks NetworkAlta Valsesia e Alta Val Strona7.000 ha
European Geoparks NetworkBeigua8.715 ha
European Geoparks NetworkMadonie39.941 ha
European Geoparks NetworkMonte Fenera3.378 ha

Other Protected Areas

European Geoparks NetworkEuropean Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected AreasParco delle Colline Metalliferen.d.
European Geoparks NetworkParco geominerario storico ambientale della Sardegnan.d.
European Geoparks NetworkRocca di Cereren.d.


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