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Giardino Botanico di Rosolina Mare

The Coastal Botanical Garden of Veneto was created in 1991 by the Regional Forest Service for the Provinces of Padua and Rovigo with the aim of protecting and conserving a natural and unique environment of enormous scientific interest.
Located at the southern end of the Caleri peninsula, which separates the sea from the lagoon, the Garden covers an area of ​​44 hectares and is characterized by the presence of a remarkable variety of habitats, from the lagoon to the dunes to the beach.

The flora is very rich in species, as these environments are not very disturbed and are frequented by numerous animals.

The visit of the Botanical Garden can be carried out by following three different paths that lead to the different environments that compose it: a short one, which particularly affects the pine forest, an intermediate one, which crosses the dunes and reaches the beach and a longer one, which it also includes the wetland.

Useful information:

- Free admission
- Opening period: from April to October
- Days and times: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00
- Guided tour start times: 10.30 and 16.30

For information and reservations:
Veneto Regional Park of the Po Delta: tel. 0426 372202
Botanical Garden: tel. 0426 68408 - 347 0452236

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