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Riserva Naturale dei Calanchi

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Елена П wrote a review May 2020
Ukraine2 contributions
You definitely should visit this place - it is so beautiful and peaceful! Come and explore this place by walk or ride a bike or a horse.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Caltanissetta, Italy2,693 contributions27,447 helpful votes
Here we are visiting the famous Calanchi of Atri, these are in the Teramo area in the region of Abruzzo.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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JamesLangstaff wrote a review Oct 2016
Rochester, United Kingdom16 contributions7 helpful votes
We did 9km walk around the Riserva. Quite tough walk - steep descent and return. Amazing flora, fauna, views and geological features
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Date of experience: October 2016
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belgianvisit0r wrote a review Sep 2015
Ghent, Belgium235 contributions82 helpful votes
You can (and should) personally go & see the magnificent remains of 1000s of years civilization in Italy. Another reason to visit Italy is of course the climate, which beats Schotland (by 15 to 0 in Calcio terminology, but that's yet another side of Italy). But if you combine years & climate - if you want to see the effect of 30 million years of Mediterranean climate on clay-rich ground, go and visit the Calanchi (best translation I think is 'Badlands'). You will see precipices of hundreds of meters deep, white / light grey, with sparse vegetation, magnificent views. Some are calling this hell-like, or (more fancy I guess) Dantesque, I wouldn't go that far, don't want to create false expectations. But yes, it is nature at it's best.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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