192,565 hectars of surface make the Parco del Pollino the largest natural park in Italy. It is located in the south Italy covering part of Calabria and Basilicata and three provinces (Cosenza, Matera and Potenza). In the park is easy to admire suggestive mountain landscape and enchantig sea views. Villages are very typical because they represent the very ancient influence of the arbėreshe culture from the Balkans. An interesting site to visit is the Romito's cave where prehistorical proofs were founded. To visit the park become then not only a nature tour but also a historical route through centuries.
Among the most typical animals are the capriolo, the wolf and the eagle. The pino loricato is instead the most common tree