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Frioul-Vénétie julienne : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Nature Preserve
“Nattural Reserve. A narrow canyon, very impressive with a lot of trails to do. Here you can hike, climb on the rock and even refresh in the small river.”
  • Recommandé par 28 habitants
Parc
“Alpine lakes, majestic mountains, green valleys, beautiful rivers, spectacular waterfalls, attractive gorges, lush green pastures, sweeping vistas and more. The Triglav National Park has it all. It is the only Slovenian national park and one of the oldest European parks (established in 1981). It covers 4% of the entire Slovenia (880 square kilometers), almost across the entire area of the Julian Alps. The specific feature is its dynamic intact nature and its richness of vegetation and numerous endangered animals. Not so far from the city bustle and only about 10 minutes drive from Bled you can enjoy in the pure and intact nature.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
Museum
“Personally, I was postponing a visit of the cave - as I thought 'well, it's just a cave' - and I was wrong. It is really impressive - one of the largest empty spaces under earth, this cave merits its name - it is gigantic! A must see! As the entrance fee is relatively high, you might want to get the FVG travel card that allows you to visit all venues of the region, for slightly more than the amount the entrance fee of the Grotta Gigante alone.”
  • Recommandé par 28 habitants
Parc
“The Butterfly House of Bordano is a corner of tropical forest in Friuli Venezia Giulia. It is the largest display of live butterflies and insects in Italy, with 1,000 square feet of heated greenhouses, exhibitions and workshops. More than 400 species of butterflies from around the world are housed in three large-garden greenhouses that reproduce their natural habitats, with exotic plants and animals: tropical Africa, Asia and the rainforests of the Amazon basin.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Parc
“Hanno avviato un progetto per la reintroduzione del Grifone, si possono vedere volare liberi o nelle voliere quelli che non possono volare. Passeggiata intorno al laghetto è d'obbligo”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Autres grands espaces
“If you follow backwards the Cosa creek up through Val Cosa, near to where it spills out of the mountain you find Pradis’ caves, a unique place with natural arches and caverns, a spot of a rare beauty. Nearby there’s also a museum of the caves containing the prehistoric archaeological findings of the area. The visit to the caves is suitable for families with children, but keep in mind there are 207 steps!”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“E' un sentiero a picco sul mare con una vista mozzafiato che collega il centro di Sistiana al castello di Duino. E' lungo circa 1 km. e mezzo, consigliate scarpe comode.”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
Trail
“What the nature can do , must see. There is also the lowest point to enter the Triglavski narodni park (National park)”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants

Aires de jeux

Playground
Playground
“PASSEGGIO SANT’ANDREA Quello che oggi – al di là della toponomastica ufficiale – possiamo definire il Passeggio Sant’Andrea, coincide con la via Romolo Gessi, ossia quel grande vialone che dalla via Murat arriva fino al piazzale – piazzale Irneri – sul quale si affaccia la sede della Allianz e più in là la piscina comunale Bruno Bianchi. Sull’altro lato la riqualificazione di alcuni anni fa ha arricchito la zona dedicata a giochi per i bambini con una fontana dove nei giorni di grande calura non solo qualche bambino, ma anche adulti, rinfrescano i piedi. E al termine (o inizio) del vialone, sul piazzale Irneri, un po’ nascosta sotto il verde, v’è la statua eseguita dallo scultore Ugo Carà ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Basketball Court

Plages

Beach
“Unica stazione balneare in Europa dove c'è ancora la separazione tra maschi e femmine”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Campground
“La discoteca più conosciuta di Trieste, si trova all'aperto sulla spiaggia.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Beach
“Incastonata tra le falesie di Duino è da tenere assolutamente in considerazione per andare al mare d'estate ma non solo, anche per bere un aperitivo osservando il tramonto. Scendendo, sulla destra ci sono gli stabilimenti del Cantera e del Castigo dove di giorno è possibile noleggiare lettini e ombrelloni mentre di sera i locali diventano discoteca. Il posteggio dedicato costa euro 10 al giorno. Mentre sulla sinistra, dopo aver passato il porticciolo, c'e' la spiaggia di Castelreggio con annesso self service, adatta alle famiglie, proseguendo ancora, l'ultima tappa è il borgo a 5 stelle di Portopiccolo con annessi spa e spiaggia. L'intera baia è disseminata di chioschi aperti fino a tardi. Prima di scendere nella baia, in alto c'e' la partenza del sentiero Rilke che arriva fino al Castello di Duino. ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Beach
“E' il luogo dove i triestini vanno al mare durante la settimana (e non solo), magari durante la pausa pranzo o a fare un bagno rinfrescante dopo il lavoro, per questo motivo d'estate è sempre molto affollato di giorno. Di sera è piacevolissimo passeggiare, accompagnati dalla brezza del mare. E lungo 6 km, percorrendolo fino in fondo si arriva al Castello di Miramare, durante il percorso (d'estate) ci sono i chioschi dove è possibile sedersi e bere qualcosa di fresco.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Beach
“Stabilimento balneare sulla spiaggia. Musica dal vivo, dj-set, aperitivi, cocktail.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Beach
“Cozy disco-bar on the beach. You can rent umbrella and beds for sunbathing at the rhythm of music tuned for the different times of the day. Wednesday and Sunday night disco, right on the beach. Must try. ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Beach
“The beach for dogs in Lignano Sabbiadoro is the first highly equipped beach to welcome our beloved puppies and their owners inseparable! The Doggy Beach is a structure designed for those who want to spend the holiday with his family, children and the four-legged friends, without having to give up the sea and the company of your trusted friend. PRICES from € 15.00 to € 45.00”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

Sentiers

Nature Preserve
“Nattural Reserve. A narrow canyon, very impressive with a lot of trails to do. Here you can hike, climb on the rock and even refresh in the small river.”
  • Recommandé par 28 habitants
Trail
“What the nature can do , must see. There is also the lowest point to enter the Triglavski narodni park (National park)”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Trail
“Mostnica Gorge or Korita Mostnice as it is called in Slovene is a 2 km gorge carved by the Mostnica stream. The gorge is located in the Voje Valley near the Stara Fuzina village, about two kilometres northeast of Lake Bohinj.It's one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the Lake Bohinj area. A great place to start exploring this extraordinary gorge is the village of Stara Fuzina, where you pass the Zois mansion right up to Devil?s Bridge. There?s a trail not far from the bridge that leads through a forest, where you can see the gorge. Along the gorge you can observe interesting and very beautiful creations of nature like pools and waterfalls. It's amazing what nature can do. It's a photography enthusiast's paradise. The most photographed spot in the Mostnica gorge is a hollow rock called the Little Elephant. The gorge is two kilometres long and was carved by the Mostnica stream. The hike in both directions takes about an hour and a half and is quite easy, not strenuous at all. ”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Trail
“Vicino a casa, parco storico del Barone Revoltella, vista sul golfo di Trieste.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Nature Preserve
“The natural reserve of Val Rosandra is one of my favourite places. You can go there by bus and follow the different paths. There is also the possibility to go by bike, taking the ciclopedale, an old, abandoned railway line that is now a very nice biking/hiking trail leading to Slovenia and Croatia. In the valley itself, there is a waterfall, you can eventually even cool down in one of the natural swimming pools. The views are incredible - and all this is just a 20 minutes bus ride from the city center away. In the little village Botazzo at the border to Slovenia, you can have something to eat and drink. Ask me about the different possibilities, I will advise you which trail you might want to take. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Trail
“Komna is a vast plateau, which rises on the west side of Lake Bohinj. In winter this is a popular ski-touring area. The hut on Komna is open also during winter and can be a nice hiking destination on its own, but for the more ambitious mountaineers it presents a lovely and comfortable base for winter adventures in the area.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
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