Aveto Natural Regional Park

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Aveto Natural Regional Park
Parco naturale regionale dell'Aveto
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
Groppo Rosso-Santo Stefano d'Aveto.JPG
Map showing the location of Aveto Natural Regional Park
Map showing the location of Aveto Natural Regional Park
Map of Italy
Location Genova Province, Italy
Nearest city Genova
Area 3,018 ha (7,460 acres)
Established 1995

The Aveto Natural Regional Park is a natural park in Province of Genoa (Liguria, Italy). It was established in 1995.


Situated in the inland of Tigullio area, Aveto Natural Regional Park protects one of the most beautiful and important areas of the Ligurian Apennines.

The protected territory, over 30 square kilometres (12 sq mi), includes three valleys, each with its particular features:

  • high-mountain landscapes, grazing lands and large beech tree woods in Aveto Valley (Rezzoaglio, Santo Stefano d'Aveto);
  • meadows where cattle graze, chestnut tree and hazelnut tree woods, vegetable gardens and olive groves in Sturla Valley;
  • a well-preserved rural landscape with olive groves and vineyards, a great variety of rocks and minerals and therefore quarries and mines in Graveglia Valley.

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Media related to Parco naturale regionale dell'Aveto at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 44°27′22″N 9°23′27″E / 44.456146°N 9.390821°E / 44.456146; 9.390821