Everyone dreams of living in a Park: large spaces, clean air, woods, meadows, wild animals and soaring over mountain peaks.
The Paneveggio Pale di San Martino Natural Park spreads over a mountainous territory with peaks reaching up to over 1,500 metres and it covers an area measuring 20,000 hectares.
The extraordinary Pale di San Martino mountain range is one of the nine mountain groups specified in the list of natural assets recognised by Unesco as a World Heritage Site. The vast territory is characterised by three distinct environments:
The Dolomite group of the Pale di San Martino mountain range
The Paneveggio forest
Part of the Lagorai porphyric chain
The extraordinary diversification of the substrates, the shape of the landscape as well the aspects of climate give the Park high biodiversity and naturalistic values.