The Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona, Campigna is a national park in Italy. Created in 1993, it covers an area of about 365 square kilometres (15,000 acres), on the two sides of the Apennine watershed between Romagna and Tuscany, and is divided between the provinces of Forlì Cesena, Arezzo and Florence.
Large part of the Park is woodland. In the park are areas the mountain vegetation , all types of woodland of the lower sub-mountain belt vegetation. In the forest dominated by hornbeams, Turkey oaks and sessile oaks, chestnut woods (especially in the Camaldoli area and at Castagno d’Andrea on the Florentine side). In rocky places Bucanevethere are some of remaining rare cork oaks . Flora inside park include over 1000 herbaceous species, of which 48 are trees and shrubs. The most valuable collection is to be found in the Mount Falco-Falterona massif.
Places of Interest
Campigna - White Fir
Acquacheta - Waterfall, mentioned in Dante's Comedy
Badia Prataglia - Beech wood
Camaldoli - Monastery
Fiumicello - Mill
Valbonella Botanical Gardens - botanical garden near Corniolo
Siemoni arboretum - museum and historic arboretum located in Badia Prataglia