The long, sandy beaches of the lagoon-filled shore offers many holiday resorts, including the renowned Lignano Sabbiadoro. The shore then becomes rocky from Monfalcone to Trieste.
The region’s rich and assorted cultural heritage, derived from a complex history and variation in demographics, matches the varied nature of the surrounding landscapes. Because of this, Friuli-Venezia Giulia reveals itself to be a microcosm in which multiple traditions come together: hence, its nickname as the “land of contrasts.”
Friuli-Venezia Giulia is located in the very north of Italy, bordering Slovenia and Austria. Characterized by its mix of landscapes, it overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains.
The magnificent Karst Plateau, made up of bare wind-blown rock, is where the soil erosion produced a sequence of caverns, caves, and “risorgive.” The towering Eastern Dolomites, Carnia, and Julian Alps will take your breath away with their pristine lakes, valleys, and nature preserves.
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