The Po Delta is an area of extraordinary natural, historical, and geological interest.
Seven river branches open like a fan and form the so-called "Active Delta", rich in different environments, each of them characterized by its own flora and fauna and changing in aspect season after season.
On Sundays, from March to October, with boarding in Pila at 10.30 a.m., let's discover Scano Boa between the lagoon and the sea: it is the borderland between man and nature, where the one and only human sign is represented by the fishermen's huts surrounded by a wonderful, wild, and untouched environment where you can sight several birds, from the Oystercatcher to the wonderful Shelduck.
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Slow tourism, able to enhance and get to know the territory so as to appreciate its more specific characteristics, to grasp the features of an environment, to discover the traditions and the customs of the local people, is a precise objective of the tourist strategy of the Po Delta Veneto Regional Park. It is based on a network of cycle routes that connect each other, often along the Po banks or in the middle of valleys and lagoons, in an area that does not have altitude differences and that can then be covered all year round.