|Parco Nazionale del Pollino|
A view of the park
|Nearest city||Morano Calabro|
|Area||1,925.65 km2 (743.50 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Ministero dell'Ambiente|
Pollino National Park (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Pollino) is a national park in southern Italy that straddles the regions of Basilicata and Calabria. It is Italy's largest national park, covering 1,925.65 square kilometers.
The park is home of the oldest Europeen tree, a Heldreich's pine estimated 1,230 years old. 
Towns with interesting sights include Rotonda, Castrovillari, Morano Calabro (convent of Colloreto), Laino Castello, Mormanno, Scalea, Papasidero, Civita, Cerchiara (church of Madonna delle Armi). Albanian-speaking communities are present in communes such as San Paolo Albanese, San Costantino Albanese and others. In the Valle del Mercure have been discovered remains of pre-historic species such as Elephas antiquus and Hippopotamus major.