The Valley of Campigna
Fir woods and footpaths through the forest in a charming area
The valley of the Bidente di Campigna is characterised by its prevalently woody aspect; in the higher part there is the imposing forest of Campigna with silver firs and mixed beech and fir woods. Today, the fir woods and the natural forests are still in excellent condition, thanks to the management of the State which set up a State property subdividing it into Nature Reserves, run directly by the State Corps of Forest Rangers. Campigna offers the possibility to see both natural firs and those cultivated over centuries by means of its numerous itineraries and the Nature Footpath of the National Park. Also worthy of note is the grand-ducal ‘palazzo’, now transformed into a hotel, in the locality of Campigna itself.