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80125 Napoli NA, Italy
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GDS Codes
Sabre: ON218044
Galileo: ONA2477
Worldspan: ONNAPCR
Pegasus: ON,42967

Astroni is one of the wonders of the Campi Flegrei: an entire volcanic crater carpeted with Mediterranean vegetation. Tapped by the Romans for its geothermal waters (the baths have never been discovered) and used by Naples' various dynasties as a hunting area from the 15th to 19th centuries, Astroni is now a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) reserve. A landslide after heavy rains in March 2005 blocked the road (near the site entrance) that winds down towards the lakes on the crater floor; visitors have since been channelled down a steeper path through holm oak woodland.

A shady picnic site has been laid out at the crater bottom, and screened observation walkways have been erected for birders by the lakeside, but much of the area is so dense in vegetation that birdwatching here requires a good pair of ears as well as binoculars.

Riserva Naturale Cratere degli Astroni details

Address: Oasi WWF - Via Agnano agli Astroni 468

Telephone: 081 588 3720

Open 9.30am-2.30pm (last entry 1pm) Mon, Wed-Sun.

Admission €5; €3 reductions; free WWF members.

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