Parco di Naquane, Capo di Ponte_Credits Cattabiani

UNESCO Naquane Park


Località Naquane - Capo di Ponte

Created in 1955 and first Italian archaeological park, it protects and promotes one of the most important prehistoric and protohistoric rock engraving sites in Camonica Valley (104 large rocks). In 1979, it was the first Italian site added to the Unesco list that protects all Camonica Valley rock art and includes other parks in the valley.

Parco di Naquane, Capo di Ponte_Credits Cattabiani

Paid entrance
Partially accessible


October-March: Tuesday-Sunday 8:30am-4:30pm

April-September Tuesday-Sunday 8:30am-7:00pm

Closed on Mondays if not a holiday

Paid entrance. Full price € 6.00, 18-25 years old € 2.00, free under 18 and first Sunday of the month. Combined ticket with MUPRE.


On Schedule