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If you are looking for the thrill of an adrenaline rush, adventure parks in Italy are sure to meet your needs. Obstacle courses, vast green meadows, treks and cycle paths immersed in nature. Activities to push past your limits and have fun. 

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Silavventura Adventure Park

Calabria: Silavventura, sleeping in the trees amidst countless adventures Not just an adventure park, but a real eco-park designed for all people, big or small, who want to have fun outdoors in a sustainable way. We are Lorica in the unspoilt scenery of the Sila plateau and here, on the shores of Lake Arvo, in the heart of the Sila National Park at 1300 metres above sea level, we find Silavventura, a low environmental impact theme park where you can have fun while learning to respect nature. As well as 14 acrobatic routes suspended at different heights from the ground, equipped with cableways, Tibetan bridges, swinging barrels and swings, winding among the majestic specimens of larch pine, the main conifer species in the central area of Calabria. In the large forest area of the Lorica eco-park, you will find climbing gyms, mountain biking, canoeing, hiking and environmental education, as well as a mini-park, a village of tree houses and a hut-restaurant. Higher and higher, the pleasure of climbing Coordination, agility, motor intelligence, nerves of steel: on the climbing wall at Silavventura Park, a wall measuring 10 metres high and 4 metres wide, you can test the talents required of a good climber. From the age of 6, everyone can try their hand at this lucid and athletic vertical dance, trying to push themselves upwards, gaining an ever-increasing perspective and discovering the pleasure of finding the right movements and strategies, even before the satisfaction of reaching the top. Canoe, bike and snowshoe explorations From three years of age onwards, everyone can have a tailor-made adventure here. By hiring a canoe, you can set off to explore Lake Arvo at Silavventura, alone or with company. Walking with official Sila National Park guides, you will discover the wonders of the great Calabrian plateau with day and night hikes, illuminated by a head torch. If you prefer two wheels, you can explore the plateau on a mountain bike, along routes suitable for all levels of fitness. From here, then, on winter days, you will also have the opportunity to walk through the forests and trails of the gentle slopes of the Sila with snowshoes, through snow-covered pine and beech forests. Puppy-proof fun In Silavventura there is also a village designed for children, where adults are only allowed to accompany them: a playground with 6 mignon wooden houses around a small square in the forest. The adventure course is also puppy-sized and consists of a trampoline, a suspended route, two turrets with a slide, two swings, a zip line and two chick paths, to be tackled armed with harnesses and carabiners. A romantic night in the tree Yet in the eco-park, there are cottages for adults: an authentic village, built using environmentally sustainable techniques, also suspended in the branches of the forest and with a panoramic view of Lake Arvo. Inside, you can enjoy the romantic adventure of sleeping in a tree, in a sleeping bag and on camping mats, as a couple or as a family. Sweet dreams! A welcoming park In accordance with its inclusive philosophy, at Silavventura, access to the park is free to all, you only pay if you decide to challenge yourself on the suspended trails and the climbing wall, to venture out on a mountain bike or in a canoe. One recommendation, however: dress warmly, even in summer, the park is located in a forest in the mountains, wear closed shoes, sneakers or hiking boots, and comfortable sportswear, preferably long trousers. Gloves, such as those used for cycling, gymnastics or mountaineering, are also recommended. And then back to the hut, amidst Silan delicacies And if the thousands of activities in the eco-park make you hungry, continue your exploration of the Sila at the table, savouring the area's typical cuisine: in its mountain hut-restaurant, with tables inside and outside, Silavventura invites you to taste Calabrian cured meats and cheeses, Sila potato gnocchi, grilled meats, salmon trout and local mushrooms. Between a suspended trail and a canoe ride, you can't fail to taste the classic Sila sausage and caciotta sandwich. And, once satiated, off to new adventures...
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Pula adventure park

Sardinia: Pula adventure park, swinging through the trees a stone's throw from the sea Overlooking one of Sardinia's most enchanting coastlines, the Costa del Sud, amidst white sand dunes and turquoise sea, a few steps from the Pixinamanna state forest, is the Pula adventure park. Have fun testing yourself on adrenaline-fuelled courses suspended between flying platforms and zip lines, and when you've had your fill of adventure, treat yourself to a dip in the crystal-clear water: just a hundred metres away. Between crystal clear sea and wild hinterland The result of an environmental redevelopment project and immersed in a pine forest of maritime and domestic pines, Pula's adventure park covers an area of around 13,000 square metres, right up to a sand dune beach. After a day spent bounding in the trees like squirrels, hanging from ropes, zip lines, balancing between nets and catwalks, you can cool off in the crystal-clear Sardinian sea or continue your adventure exploring the wilder hinterland. Aerial challenges for young and old Thanks to its special anti-fall devices and safety equipment, which will allow you to move from tree to tree in extreme safety, the 7 aerial courses on offer – three dedicated to children and as many for adults, plus a zip-line course – are designed to correspond to different ages, levels of preparation and challenge. Starting with the baby course, suspended at a height of about 50 centimetres and dedicated to children under 110 centimetres, the height from the ground, the degree of difficulty and the number of obstacles gradually increase, accompanied by an adult. One after the other, the different courses add difficult passages, ladders that engage the hands and legs, thrilling zip lines that almost seem to dive into the sea, pulleys and a unique snowboarding experience. An open-air gym to develop team spirit Pula adventure park also organises immersive experiences in nature specialised in team building and designed especially for companies, with trails at a height of around 15 metres that stimulate psycho-motor activities and coordination and are intended to enhance team spirit and teamwork. By fostering healthy competition and mutual encouragement in the face of fears and unforeseen events, the adventure park trials are designed to increase trust in colleagues, foster communication, stimulate creativity, collaboration and strive for common goals. A unique professional and human experience, a new way of getting to know each other and finding oneself, with emotions guaranteed. Party time! Do you dream of making a proposal to leave everyone speechless? Would you like to organise a surprise party with a high level of excitement? Do you try to distract the bride and groom-to-be from their pre-wedding commitments? In the spectacular location of the Pula adventure park, all customised events are also under the banner of adventure and challenge: by reservation, the park's trails, benches and kiosk service are available for birthday parties, hen and stag parties, class outings or special days, always and everywhere unforgettable. Trip to Nora, the oldest town in Sardinia At sunset, after recovering from your excitement and exertion in the cool waters of the sea, stop off at Nora, overlooking Capo di Pula, one of the most important archaeological sites in Sardinia: an ancient city of Phoenician origin, one of the most important trading centres in the Mediterranean, conquered by the Romans in the 3rd century BC. The site contains ruins dating from different eras: Nuragic, Phoenician, Punic and finally Roman. In the reddish light of the sun setting over the sea, you can wander around the remains of the amphitheatre and the baths from the imperial era, then try to catch a glimpse of the outline of the submerged part of the city, now swallowed up by the depths of the sea, a true paradise for lovers of underwater archaeology.t