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Boschi di Bandiziol e Prassaccon

Italy
San Stino di Livenza (VE)

These forests are the largest lowland forests in the Eastern Veneto region. They were planted between 1994 and 1997, thanks to a project of the Municipality of San Stino di Livenza.

It is no accident that great artists, poets and thinkers sought inspiration in nature: Gauguin traveled all the way to Tahiti in search of the lost paradise, Thoreau settled for two years on a hillside covered with pine forests, while Buddha sat along the river meditating. This is no accident. For when the world around us is too chaotic and loud, there is no better solution than to immerse yourself in nature to watch a bird fly by and listen to the sound of your own thoughts. To relax and escape the frenzy of everyday life, try hiking or biking through the trails of the Bandiziol and Prassaccon Forests, and rediscover the pleasure of walking and running. Occasionally pause at bird-watching stations near the pond, under the shade of oaks, hornbeams, elms and ash trees. These forests, which have an extension equal to that of 200 football fields, are the largest lowland forests in the Eastern Veneto region.

They were planted between 1994 and 1997, thanks to a project of the Municipality of San Stino di Livenza, and today, in their lush environment, they host cultural and educational events, sports and recreational activities: well-being is assured!

This forest is part of the Associazione Forestale di Pianura (Lowland Forestry Association).

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