Tourists who chose Arezzo for his holidays, we recommend a visit to the reserve Valdarno The Valley dell'Inferno: This nature reserve protects 531 acres of marsh land along the Valdarno dell'Arno. This is an area formed in the'50s to the edges of lakes formed by dams. Throughout the area hunting and fishing are subject to specific rules, not to unbalance the environment negatively.
Dell'Arno water, clean in this stretch, they form the so-called Lake Levane, who joins the area Bandella, formed by the flooding of the valley of the river Ascione. In this focus many species of birds, which enrich the fauna typical of the area: the kite Brown, the kingfisher, the Trjálævirki small and aviation, which for years now have chosen these places for their reproduction. Other species of birds that tourists can spot are the cormorant, the heron and red The official, visible in their brief stops.
In the innermost zone of the reserve, tourists can go into the woods to find various species of animals that populate these magnificent places, like the hare, the pheasant, the porcupine, the deer and wild boar.
To visit the Nature Reserve is advisable to reach Monticello, home of the Visitor Center of the Natural Reserve, which will depart from the majority Part of the itineraries.
Those who prefer to reach the Nature Reserve by public transport can take advantage of the extra lines of company SITA and Fabbri, linking Arezzo in Montevarchi moving from SP 1 "Setteponti" (via Castiglion Fibocchi-Laterina), using the stop at Ponte Romito. By train, the closest station is to Montalto (Laterina Scalo).
In all locations beginning of itineraries are panels showing the characteristics of the protected area and the direction of hiking paths.
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