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Where is Lizzano in Belvedere?

Lizzano in Belvedere is a municipality in the Metropolitan City of Bologna /Emilia-Romagna. It is home to 2,000 people. It sits at the edge of “Corno alle Scale” nature reserve in the northern Apennine Mountains.

The Apennine Mountains are a mountain range extending 1,500 km along the length of peninsular Italy. Its highest peak is Corno Grande (2.912 m) of Gran Sasso d'Italia/Abruzzo region.

It is only 52km to the city of Florence.

“in Belvedere” means beautiful view: enjoy the stunning panorama.

Hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter: Corno alle Scale of the Apennines

Enjoy the stunning view with our web cam. Fantastic hiking tours through the impressive mountains in the summer. Memorable skiing or x-country adventures in the winter: Corno alle Scale!

The Italian ski world champion Alberto Tomba started his career in this ski resort.

Check out the weather with our live web cams before going on a hiking or skiing expedition!

HIKING AT CORNO ALLE SCALE NATURE RESERVE


Explore the fantastic mountains, the fauna and flora of the nature reserve on a hiking tour. The nature reserve features trails for all levels of skill from experienced to beginner. No matter which trail you choose, the vistas, the meadows, the Dardagna waterfalls and Lake Scaffaiolo See are always amazing.

SKIING AT CORNO ALLE SCALE SKI RESORT


Corno alle Scale ski resort is THE perfect place for an amazing skiing experience: 36km of perfectly groomed trails, 6 ski lifts and magic carpet at an altitude of 1,418m to 1,945m. It is one of the biggest ski resorts in the Emilia-Romagna region. Freestylers will be thrilled by the terrain park and the little ones will have fun at the Baby Park.

More in Lizzano del Belvedere

HISTORY, NATURE & RECREATION IN ITALY


“Santuario della Madonna dell‘ Acero”
This place of pilgrimage dates back to the 15th century and sits at 1,200 m a.s.l. It’s a great destination for a day trip.

Cascate del Dardagna
Visit the most beautiful waterfalls of Italy. The best time of the year to visit this spectacle is autumn.

Chiesa di San Mamante
This parish church was finished in 1935 and accommodates a book collection of the municipality’s history.

Lago Scaffaiolo
220m long, 2.30 m deep and at 1,785m a.s.l. – enjoy this quiet and calm lake surrounded only by green meadows. The on-mountain hut is the oldest of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines.

Terme di Porretta
Recharge your batteries at Porretta Terme only a few minutes’ drive away.

EAT AND DRINK IN LIZZANO


Lizzano is the home of the famous “Prosciutto Crudo” and Parmigiano Reggiano.

In October Lizzano celebrates “Tartufesta”– festival of the white truffle.
Tip: Order a truffle menu at one of the local trattorias!

Along with the festival of the white truffle, there is also the festival of the porcino and the blueberry.

What the weather like in Lizzano?

Lizzano sees pleasant summers with average temperatures of 21°C. Temperatures in the winter are between 0°C and 4°C.

Check out the weather and the landscape of Corno alle Scale with our live web cams.