A very rich environmental heritage unique to Lecco and the nearby territory around Lake Como.
Parks and natural reserves
Lombardy is a lucky Region from a geographically point of view, in fact it hosts all the different environment kinds: mountains, hills and the fertile Po valley. Thus Lecco’s land, set in the lush Pre-Alps Orobie, presents a very rich natural heritage, both for its wildlife and vegetation.
Many regional parks are protected natural reserves and sites of UE interest: a very rich environmental heritage unique to Lecco and its nearby territory.
The Northern Grigna Regional Park between Lake Como and Valsassina means nature, art and culture.
Mines Piani Resinelli, few minutes from Lecco. An unique experience for kids and adults to discover the history of Lecco area.
Lake Como tourism: things to see and do. Visit the mines of Cortabbio in Valsassina, few minutes from Lecco and less than hour from Milan.
The Northern Adda Park, from Lecco to Rivolta d’Adda, is a natural and industrial archeology heritage on Leonardo da Vinci’s traces.
The Sasso Malascarpa Natural Reserve: overview on Lakes Briantei, Lecco and surrounding mountains. Nature and economical-rural and architectural elements.
Villa Gomes park in Maggianico is the largest public park in Lecco and was a meeting place of the Milanese Scapigliatura.
The nature reserve Pian di Spagna between lake Como and Val Chiavenna is a protected area with many itineraries immersed in nature, history and culture.
Discover the Rossini Art Site park in Briosco. Art, architecture, wide garden, a small lake and animal where you can enjoy time with your kids and family.
The Lake Segrino Park is a site of EU interest and the cleanest lake in Europe. Unpolluted nature few minute away from Lecco.
The Montevecchia and Curone Valley Park is an area of environmental interest with naturalistic and rural architectural elements.
The Ornithological Station of Costa Perla in Galbiate is placed in a strategic position for migration routes. Center for scientific and educational activities.
The Archaeological Park of Piani di Barra is a unique example in Italy of human settlement dated back to the V-VI century a.C., site built by the Romans .