The Natural Park of Porto Conte
The territory of the regional park of Porto Conte, covers more than 5,000 acres, between sea level and 436 m.s.l. .
Many varieties of animals and plants linked to the particular coastal territory rich in Mediterranean vegetation and wooded areas.
Numerous animal species living in the park, one in particular, a symbol of the park, is the griffon (Gyps fulvus) a large vulture impressive wingspan considered among the greatest living in Italy. Unfortunately, it is at risk of extinction.
Also possible to see colonies of shearwaters major and minor, birds of storms, Shags, gulls courses, The Peregrine Falcon, wild pigeons and buzzards, barn owl and the raven and many others. Among the most common mammals, wild boars, weasels, deer and Fox. Inside the forest of Noah's Ark, ponies and white donkeys. Among the most common reptiles the Tortoise.
Many excursions organized by the Park
The Marine Protected Area CapoCaccia- Isola Piana. It extends from Capo Caccia - Isola Piana area to the Gulf of Porto Conte and Punta Giglio and Capo Galera.
Limestone cliffs, dating back to the Cretaceous period, looking out to the sea with impressive cliff formations, which reach a height of over 300 meters in Punta Cristallo.
The marine area is bounded by floating buoys on the sea and colored on the ground according to the limits of the reserve: integral, general or partial.
Areas of particular interest to the fans of diving, trekking and climbing.