The Nazzano Tevere-Farfa nature reserve is located in the Lazio region, between the provinces of Rome and Rieti. This protected natural area covers an area of about 900 hectares. It includes a wide variety of natural environments, such as forests, meadows, rivers and wetlands.
The reserve was established in 1997 to protect the flora and fauna of the area and to promote the development of sustainable activities such as organic agriculture and ecological tourism. In this area there are many rare and protected animal and plant species. For example, you may encounter the European otter, kingfisher, white stork, peregrine falcon, flowering orchids and other wild plants.
The reserve is also an ideal destination for nature lovers, who can enjoy walking and cycling along the nature trails and cycle paths. Also have picnics in the open air, fish or birdwatch. Furthermore, the surrounding area is rich in archaeological and historical sites of great interest, such as the abbey of Farfa, the castle of Nazzano and the archaeological site of Lucus Feroniae.
In summary, the Nazzano Tevere-Farfa nature reserve is a real oasis of biodiversity in the heart of Lazio, a perfect place to discover the nature, culture and history of the region.