7 National Parks In Italy For Hikers Who Like Pasta & A Workout

Cinque Terre National Park, founded in 1999, encompasses five vibrant coastal villages along the Italian Riviera, offering over 74 hiking trails with breathtaking views.

Cinque Terre National Park

Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy's largest natural park, is located in the Graian Alps near the French and Swiss borders.

Gran Paradiso National Park

Val Grande National Park is Italy's largest wilderness area, covering 58 square miles near the Italian-Swiss border.

Val Grande National Park

Vesuvius National Park is home to Mount Vesuvius, mainland Europe s only active volcano, located between Naples and Pompeii.

Vesuvius National Park

Gennargentu National Park in Sardinia features both sparkling coasts and rugged mountains, making it a tranquil and beautiful destination.

Gennargentu National Park

Stelvio National Park, famous for the Stelvio Pass, lies on the northern border of Italy and Switzerland.

Stelvio National Park

Circeo National Park, situated on the coast between Rome and Naples, features 19 hiking trails with panoramic coastal views.

Circeo National Park