Parco Naturale Regionale delle Dolomiti Friulane (Sito UNESCO)
Established in 1996, it covers 36,950 hectares. In the Park is not within any town, so that the landscape has remained intact over time. Friulian Dolomites, also called Dolomites d'Oltre Piave, make up the western section of Carnic Alps and have been included in the list of "World Natural Heritage" by UNESCO in 2009. This mountainous region is a broad grouping of great interest has appearance purely dolomitic peaks and tall walls, which rise without a plan for regular distribution, with bumps, slopes and valleys truncated, without vent. The major peaks are Cima dei Preti, the highest in the Park, Duranno Mount, Cridola Mount and Pramaggiore Mount. The fauna of Park is quite rich: it is easy to come across chamois, roe deer, marmots, grouse, grouse, deer, even the beautiful eagle real, and there is also a colony of ibex growing. The flora is very rich: in addition to the multiplicity of typical species of the temperate zone, such as the edelweiss, surviving numerous endemic species.