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Natural Park, an oasis of green

Natural Park, an oasis of green

The 32-hectare large pinewood area called Cervia Natural Park was opened in 1963 with the aim to safeguard a considerable part of this typical natural environment, making it particularly available and enjoyable to visitors.

Cervia Natural Park - Ph. Giulia Maioli

The Natural Park is the ideal place where you can spend hours of absolute tranquillity and re-discover forgotten fragrances and sounds, coming into touch with nature again. It is a real botanic garden with different routes.

The most common tree inside the park is the domestic pinetree (Pinus pinea) with its typical umbrella-shaped foliage, different from the other sort present here, the maritime pinetree (Pinus pinaster), which is rather pyramid-shaped. But there are also other sorts of trees, like oaks (Quercus pubescens and Quercus petraea).

The underbrush is rich with bushes like brambles (Rubus ulmifolius), hawthornes (Crataegus monogyna), wild olives (Hippophae ramnoides), privets, honeysuckles (Lonicera caprifolium) and Berberis vulgaris. The presence of small orchids "cheers up" the soil.

It is an environment suitable also for lots of animals, that have been introduced here by man: donkeys, fallow deers, horses, deers, goats, Romagna cows, ducks, swans, pheasants, peacocks, etc. A permanent aviculture exhibition shows the finest selected chicken and pheasan breeds.


Park guests

A rich selection of animals populates the park. In particular, the Nature Park has espoused the cause of repopulating native species, both regional and Italian.

You can admire numerous varieties of: chickens, guinea fowl, turkeys, rabbits, goats, sheep, horses, cattle, donkeys, deer, fallow deer, many of which you can touch in the enclosure of the Old Farm.

The most common ornamental breeds are present: peacocks, pheasants, baby pigs, etc...

In the Old Farm

A fascinating close encounter with domestic animals in a fenced-in area located across the canal.
With the assistance of experienced staff, children will be able to interact and look after the farm animals in complete safety without disturbing the animals themselves.

How and when to visit the park

The park also offers many other opportunities: from the organic vegetable garden to horse riding and a rich programme of events and guided tours that enliven the park from spring to autumn.

Dogs are only allowed in the free entrance area, strictly on a leash.

Car and bus parking.


Access conditions

1. Always wear a mask
2. You can enter if your temperature is below 37.5°C
3. Always keep a distance of 1 metre from other people and do not crowd together
4. Sanitise or wash your hands before entering
5. Follow the recommended tour route
6. We advise you to pay using the electronic systems available if possible.

You do not need a Green Pass to enter the Park.


 

Where it is located

Viale Carlo Forlanini, Cervia Terme


Opening hours

from 5th to 31st March: Saturdays from 1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m., Sundays from 11.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
April and May: every day from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
June, July and August: daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
September: daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
October: Friday to Sunday from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m


 

Prices

Entrance to the park: free of charge
Admission to the animal area "In the old farm":
Full price € 4 
Reduced (over 65) € 3 
Family (2 adults + 2 children) € 10
Free for children up to 5 years old
Annual ticket (March - October) € 25, family € 50
for school groups and summer centres (on their own) special rate of € 2 per person


 

 

Opening

from 5th March to November 2022
details on page

Price

Green area free admission, Old Farm with ticket
details on page

 

Information office

Tourist Information Office - Cervia
Cervia
Torre San Michele, Via Arnaldo Evangelisti 4
0544 977194
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Tourist Information

www.turismo.comunecervia.it - #VisitCervia - iatcervia@cerviaturismo.it - +39 0544 974400