Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini
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Sambucine Orchids on the Ragnolo meadows - Great Ring Route Stage G4, Garulla Monastery (photo by Gessica Ribichini)
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Path E17 In the Footsteps of Guerrin Meschino (photo by Giorgio Tassi)
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Path E8 In the Kingdom of the Chamois (photo by Giorgio Tassi)

A Casket of Nature, Traditions, and Legends

A mountain chain rising in the heart of Italy and reaching with Mt. Vettore the 2,476m. A territory where the magic of local nature, history, and culture has contributed in defining a unique and unrepeatable reality. Here, in the kingdom of the mythic Sibilla, Monti Sibillini National Park was established in 1993 (with over 70,000 ha), with the aim to safeguard the environment, promote a social and economic sustainable development, and favor the creation of a "Park for everyone". The Wolf, the Golden Eagle, the Peregrine, and a number of endemic species are the most evident elements of a biological richness which, along with the charm of the abbeys and the medieval historical town centers lying in a crown at the foot of the mountains, have shaped an old and fascinating world where time has stopped to honor a reality of extraordinary beauty.

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Surface Area: 71'437.00 ha
Provinces: AP, FM, MC, PG
Establishment: 1988
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