Sunday 16 July 2017: Archaeological walk and playful activities for children at the refuge
An archaeological walk in the morning and playful activities for children in the afternoon at the refuge Ca’ I Fabbri are the free opportunities to help visitors enjoy the Reserve on Sunday 16.
Guided archaeological walk. Meet at 9.30am at the visitor centre in the village of Furlo di Acqualagna, via Flaminia n.36 to explore the great Roman remains along the Gola del Furlo. A guide will led to admire the two Roman tunnels and other imprints of the Roman past along the Via Flaminia, the grand road built by the consul Caio Flaminio in the III century B.C. to connect Rome to Rimini passing through the Gola del Furlo. The route of the walks will be flat and accessible to everybody.
Playful activities for children at the refuge Ca’ I Fabbri. Families with children can profit by “Furlo Family”, a rich programme of games and a guided walk to discover the wood on Monte Pietralata’s plateau. Meet at 3pm at the nature reserve visitor centre in the village of Furlo di Acqualagna, via Flaminia n.36. Families will reach by their own cars the refuge Ca’ I Fabbri where the event takes place.
Free admission. Reservation is required both events. Contact the Nature Reserve visitor centre. Phone: 800 028 800 or 0721-700041. E-mail: email@example.com