Did you know that in Cervia there is the largest maze of Europe?
We’re talking about the largest corn maze in all of Europe, covering over 10 acres of land. The maze is found in the Delta del Po Park, and is a popular attraction for all of the family, a nothing of a kind experience; a mix of nature, fun, and play.
The Dedalo maze came to life out of a simple corn field; and on its inside is a magical space full of paths and trails… all you have to do is find the exit. While you’re looking for the exit you’ll come across other “imprisoned” humans who, just like you are trying to escape from the Minotaur; a beast with human resemblance but the head of a furious bull. Don’t miss out on a great occasion to live the adventure inside the largest maze is all of Europe.
If you’d like to escape from the ordinary everyday life, loose yourself in a virtual world, somewhere in between past and presence, this is your occasion. It’s an opportunity to enjoy some peace and quiet, being close to nature and at the same time have some fun. Adventure and Challenge are the key words to this new experience.
The maze is divided into 3 paths with different skill level:
- EXTREME: 1 hour and 40 minutes of maze
- MEDIUM LEVEL: 40 minutes of maze
- JUNIOR: easy trail for children together with an adult.
Inside the area you’ll find and pick-nick area and a large garden where vegetables and small fruits are grown, and it also serves as a learning center for children. Close by you’ll see everyday farm activities.
The maze visitors may purchase farm produce ”0 km” and eat season fruits, favoring a progressive approach to the simple things.
In the area you can also get to know and ride beautiful horses; don’t miss out on the occasion to go horse back riding for the first time; everyday from 5.00 to 6.00pm — info at 3455854746
Try a new experience during your vacation, just a few steps away from mima club hotel; take on the Dedalo Maze challenge.
the park has found its inspirato from the Greek maze found in Cnosso, on the island of Crete; built by the architect Dedalo upon request by King Minosse – who today is associated with the word “maze”- and that kept closed in the ferocious Minotaur, a mythical beast, half man, half bull.