Bellunesi Dolomites National Park: The Italian Dolomites is possibly one of the prettiest national parks in Italy that’s nestled within the northeast.
Cinque Terre National Park: Cinque Terre National Park was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997, and it’s no surprise as to why – it’s one of the totally gorgeous national parks in Italy that’s got some pretty famous towns, too.
Gargano National Park: Gargano National Park sits in southern Italy close to the picturesque town of Puglia. It’s home to fragrant citrus trees (perfect for limoncello), a crystal clear sea and rolling mountains dotted with olive trees (for that all-important antipasto).
Gran Paradiso National Park: Gran Paradiso National Park was one of the first national parks in Italy to be established.
Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park: Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga is one of the largest National Parks in Italy and is one of the largest protected areas in Europe.
Parco Nazionale d’Abruzzo: D’Abruzzo National Park sits just two hours east of Rome in the Abruzzo region of Italy.
Parco Nazionale del Cilento: Cilento is located in Salerno in southern Italy, just under a two-hour drive south of Naples.
Stelvio National Park: Stelvio National Park stretches down from the Alps in northern Italy and is home to deep valleys, majestic ridges and crystal-clear lakes.
Tuscan Archipelago National Park: Perched west of Tuscany, this is one of (only a few) national parks in Italy that’s located on an archipelago.