Carnia Industrial Park operates in Carnia, a geographical area of Friuli Venezia Giulia. Carnia has a distinctive historical, cultural and administrative identity. The area is surrounded by the Carnic Alps and lies in the northwestern part of the province of Udine; it is bordered by the Austrian region of Carinthia to the north, by the province of Pordenone to the south, by Veneto to the west and by Canal del Ferro-Valcanale valley to the east; it covers an area of approx. 1,222 square kilometers (15.6% of the entire Friuli Venezia Giulia Region).
It has been inhabited for thousands of years by a population that has never lost its pride of belonging, and now it has about 39,880 residents (3.3% of the regional population) living in 28 municipalities: Amaro, Ampezzo, Arta Terme, Cavazzo Carnico, Cercivento, Comeglians, Enemonzo, Forni Avoltri, Forni di Sopra, Forni di Sotto, Lauco, Ligosullo, Ovaro, Paluzza, Paularo, Prato Carnico, Preone, Ravascletto, Raveo, Rigolato, Sauris, Socchieve, Sutrio, Tolmezzo, Treppo Carnico, Verzegnis, Villa Santina, Zuglio.