National Parks in ItalyEasy access to: Italian National Parks Map, Contact Information, Website Links and more!
Find National Parks in Italy:
Find Regional and National Parks in Italy
The Park Locator helps you to quickly identify and find any of the 25 National Parks and 146 Regional Parks in Italy.
Quickly find the park's website, contacts, app (if available), and other useful links (e.g. permits).
👉🏽 Click or tap on a region on the map for a general list of all parks in that specific region.
👉🏽 Click or tap on a park on the map for detailed links and information about that park
*Please note that the Park Locator contains links to external website. Nature of Sal is not responsible for the contents provided by external websites. Always verify with the official park website, as some information may have changed in the meantime. If you notice outdated information, broken links or have suggestions, please get in touch here
What is the best way to get to the National Parks in Italy?
In some cases, you will be able to access some areas of the National Parks in Italy by public transport.
However, consider that they do not run regularly, or are sometimes unreliable. So just because you made it to the beginning of a trail doesn’t mean you will find a means of transport when you return.
This means that unfortunately, the best option for most remote areas is to use a car.
I am continuously researching ways to get to hiking locations by public transport (or with a combination of public transport/bicycle). If you hear of any well-connected trails, please reach out and I will add them to the Park Locator map.
Is this Park Locator an offical park app?
No, this park locator has been created by Nature of Sal and is not affiliated with the Natural or Regional Parks in any way.
In fact, I invite you to also check out the official parks.it website.
Personally, I find it a bit difficult to navigate, so I preferred creating my own tool for personal use.
But as I noticed that I would find maps and other info much faster with my own tool, I decided to make it available to the public for free.
What's the amount of National Parks in Italy?
In total, there are 25 National Parks in Italy.
The maps on this page were created manually or built upon that data where public data was available. No original maps are used. Everything was modified, converted, simplified, or generally altered.
I’d like to give credit to the owner of the original map footage:
Alto-Adige: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Alto-Adige under the CC0 license.
Emilia-Romagna: Map data source based on the work of Emilia-Romagna under the CC BY 2.5 license
Lombardy: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale della Lombardia under the CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 Italia license
Piedmont: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Piemonte under the CC BY 4.0 license.
Trento: Map data source based on the work of Servizio Urbanistica e tutela del paesaggio Trento under the CC BY 3.0 IT licence
Tuscany: Map data source based on the work of PENTOSCANA Open Data, under the cc-by-sa license.
Veneto: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Veneto under the Italian Open Data Licence 2.0.
Lazio: Map data source based on the work of Open Data Roma under the CC BY 4.0 license.
Sardinia: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Sardegna under the CC BY 4.0 license
Apulia: Map data source based on the work of Puglia.con, under the CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.
Basilicata: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Basilicata under the IODL 2.0 license.
Calabria: Map data source based on the work of Centro Cartografico under the IODL 2.0 license.
Campania: Map data source based on the work of Geoportale Campania under the Italian Open Data License v2.0.
Sicily: Map data source based on the work of SITR Regione Sicilia under the CC BY 4.0 license.