Natura Camping is located within the Monti Sibillini National Park. Enjoy a wide range of nature-related activities or branch out to discover tiny villages and towns and the region's delicious food and wine.
The beach is just a few steps from the campground. Enjoy the sun or a dip in the lake for a one-of-a-kind, exclusive experience, especially in slightly cooler, calmer summer months like June, July and September.
Canoes and watercraft
Canoes, inflatable boats and small motor-powered watercraft may be used on the lake. Powerboats are not permitted.
Canoes and paddleboats are available for rent.
Sport and fun
Nearby, explore the many activities offered by the Park's Adventure Center, including a treetop ropes course, archery, boat cruises and orienteering. Rafting adventures are just an hour away, in the region of Umbria, and are suitable for people of all ages.
The National Park
Monti Sibillini National Park is the perfect spot for nature-lovers, hikers, and those looking to enjoy a wide range of leisure activities. Check out the Park's official website.
The park is famous for its panoramic vistas of rounded mountaintops, animals including the fox, golden eagle, Apennine chamois, deer, and more. Looking for a different experience? Hop in your car and visit the many small towns and villages nearby, including Visso (half an hour away by car), Camerino, San Ginesio, Amandola, Norcia and Castelluccio di Norcia.
Numerous hiking trails offer the perfect way to discover the park – either on your own or with a park guide. (More information on trails can be found on the Passamontagna Guides website)
Here are the most famous trails near the campsite: the Lame Rosse and Fiastrone Gorge (by foot from campground), Ragnolo's Plateau and the Priora Mount (half an hour by car), the Infernaccio Gorge and Bove Mount (40 minutes by car), and Plateau of Castelluccio di Norcia and the Vettore Mount (about 1 hour and thirty minutes by car).
Le Marche and Umbria
These two regions feature a wealth of cultural, historic, natural, spiritual, and food and wine-related activities.
Some towns in Umbria include Assisi, Perugia, Norcia, Spoleto, and Todi. In the Marche, discover Loreto, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Ancona, Monte Conero, and Abbadia di Fiastra.
Typical local products include wines (Rosso Conero, Rosso Piceno and Lacrima di Morrodalba), artisanal cured meats (ciauscolo, salami and prosciutto), pecorino cheese, and Umbrian extra virgin olive oil.