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The natural areas - Rete Natura 2000

The Valley of Grauson

Cogne

The Valley of Grauson

The panoramic view is extremely vast and the floristic richness is among the most varied and exclusive in all of the Valle d’Aosta.

The Gran San Bernardo Pass and its high-altitude environments

Saint-Rhémy-en-Bosses

The Gran San Bernardo Pass and its high-altitude environments

Harsh yet fascinating panoramic views of ancient origin.

Pont d’Ael

Aymavilles

Pont d’Ael

Here lies a monumental example of Roman architecture: the aqueduct of Pont d’Ael, yet still in perfect shape and open to visits.

Glacial environments of the Monte Rosa chain

Valtournenche, Ayas, Gressoney-La-Trinité

Glacial environments of the Monte Rosa chain

An imposing show of spectacular high-altitude mountains, of elevated landscape and environmental worth, a vast land with rich geological treasures.

High-altitude environments of the Thuilette and Sozin combes

La Thuile

High-altitude environments of the Thuilette and Sozin combes

At high altitude, where nature still lives unspoiled, the two valleys of Sozin and Thuilette. Here, silence is king.

High-altitude environments of Valgrisenche

High-altitude environments of Valgrisenche

An ideal place for lovers of unspoiled nature glaciers and century-old forests, typical Alpine fauna important botanical species.

Xeric environments of Mount Torretta - Bellon

Sarre, Saint-Pierre

Xeric environments of Mount Torretta - Bellon

Here nature expands at low altitude, disseminating rare faunistic and floristic species of steppe and/or Mediterranean origins.

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