Mouth of the Tagliamento Nature Reserve
Would you like to find out more about the natural environment in Bibione ahead of a holiday in the resort? Are you interested in the developments in recent years around the Mouth of the Tagliamento? It’s the longest river in Friuli Venezia Giulia and it flows all of the way down from the Carnic Alps, eventually reaching the sea in the middle of your holiday destination!
In 2015, a number of local people began to realize that they had a real treasure on their hands. Having grasped just how precious it was, they wanted to take action and ensure that it was never neglected, so the Mouth of the Tagliamento Nature Reserve Committee was formed! Fieldwork was carried out and it was established that the natural characteristics of the river mouth were of great interest on both banks. This gave rise to a proposal to create a nature reserve in the area in order to preserve the flora and fauna.
The plan was presented to the local councils and the committee was formed, bringing together all of the environmental associations in Bibione and Lignano, as well as all local people who back the plan to create a reserve. The committee has endeavoured to raise awareness about the distinctive qualities of the site with public meetings, pages on social media, activities and events such as photography exhibitions, nature workshops, ecology days and guided nature tours. All of these initiatives have promoted greater understanding and attracted both locals and tourists, who have displayed growing enthusiasm and interest in the plan.
Why should a nature reserve be created in the area?
Now that you know all about it, you can start planning a day exploring the natural wonders at the Mouth of the Tagliamento!
Registered office via Maja 86, Bibione (VE)
Branch office via Po 7, Lignano Sabbiadoro (UD)