Suviana is the ideal destination if you really love windsurfing. The
best athletes from Emilia and Tuscany populate it also in winter. It
seems to be whipped by a "super" wind, and it is no way inferior to
other well-known places for windsurfing, like lake Garda or the
Also canoeing-lovers will find "water for their oars". Also the other artificial lake, Brasimone (capacity: 6.5 millions of cubic meters) is ideal to calmly glide over the waters. Like Suviana, Brasimone lake is very important for its different water and energetic uses. Downstream, in the Suviana outlet Limentra, you can engage in breathtaking descents among the rapids.
Inaccessible mountain areas far from the main historical routes, the
Park locations have left scarce traces in the most ancient documents,
and only since medieval times it is possible to have a clearer idea of
the territorial organization.
As far as the previous periods are concerned, besides important Etruscan finds in location Camugnanese rather far from the Park (like the little votive statues of Monteacuto Ragazza), the knowledge on the first settlements of these valleys is mainly linked to Roman finds (coins near the stream Brasimone and in Le Mogne, some little statues in the nearby of Castiglione) and to signs suggesting a steady presence of Lombard garrisons in Stagno, Bargi, and Castiglione dei Pepoli.