The First Travel Guide of Europe’s Last Remaining Wilderness

10 June 2013

The PAN Parks Foundation* is happy to announce that the first travel guide of Europe’s last remaining wilderness is finally out. Part of a series that will present all the certified PAN Parks of the continent, the first volume “Traveling to the Wild South” explores the best examples of wilderness in Southern Europe: Majella National Park (Italy) and Peneda-Gerês National Park (Portugal).

Designed as a practical and easy to use e-book, this travel guide is addressed to all nature enthusiasts who would like to discover the wonders of these two amazing and authentic wilderness areas.

Moreover, this travel guide is addressed to all people who support wilderness protection in Europe as all revenues obtained from its selling will be used to fund the conservation projects of the PAN Parks Foundation.

You can buy or lend “Traveling to the Wild South” from

Amazon US at,

Amazon UK at,

Amazon FR at,

Amazon IT at,

Amazon DE at and

Amazon ES at

Please help us promote this travel guide and get more people in touch with the great and truly wild nature of Europe.

Zoltan Kun

Executive Director

PAN Parks Foundation


* PAN Parks Foundation is the leading organization working for the protection of Europe’s last remaining wilderness. They co-operate with local and international non-governmental organisations, protected area managers, local communities and the European public.

The Foundation works to bring fundamental changes in public attitude towards wilderness by broadening people’s views on and educating them about the various benefits of wilderness. They promote sustainable, responsible tourism to foster love, respect and growing understanding for Europe's wilderness.

PAN Parks Foundation safeguards wilderness areas of Europe by

  • Ensuring guaranteed protection for wilderness,
  • Enlarging the size of untouched areas,
  • Helping in unsustainable development prevention,
  • Increasing community involvement,
  • Representing the cause of wilderness on a European level.
In the last few years they have safeguarded over 700,000 hectares of wilderness, providing a safe habitat for the native species.

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