Nature routes

Reggio Emilia

Birdwatching

The location of the protected areas as well as the presence of water and luxuriant vegetation make it easier the stop, the rest and the nest-building of herons, kingfishes, ospreys, ducks, wild ducks, bald-coots, owls, barn owls, sparrow hawks. Spring and autumn are the best seasons for birdwatching in the Marmirolo Oasis, in the Ecological Rebalancing of the Secchia River Floodplain and in the Bianello Oasis.

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Educational naturalistic route along the Crostolo torrent

Naturalistic route along the Crostolo torrent, that runs along the left bank of the torrent itself from San Pellegrino bridge to Casale di Rivalta; it is a suggestive path, crowded with pedestrians, cyclists and families.

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Going along the landscapes of the land reclamation authority

The landscape of the land reclamation authority is composed of some areas in the provinces of Reggio Emilia, Modena, Parma and Mantova, rich in art, history and nature.

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"Greenway" routes

Routes for walkers and cyclists along the three river parks surrounding and passing through the town centre: Crostolo, Rodano and Modolena.

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Albinea

Ca' del Vento Trail

CAI Trail no. 614 starts from CEA (in via Chierici no. 2 at Borzano). Bikers (mountain bikes) and pedestrians can walk it through.

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Guastalla

Lands near the Po River in Reggio, little capitals along the big river

Along the riverside of Reggio Emilia, which is 20 km long, there are towns with a particularly strong and pervasive atmosphere: they are in the “Lowland”, special places with outstanding history and culture, which can rarely be found elsewhere along this Big River.

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Rubiera

Trails in the Protected Nature Reserve

Due to the wonderful wealth of plant and animal life in this protected area, people have been using this precious semi-natural environment for leisure and cultural purposes even before it was officially declared as a nature reserve.

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Scandiano