Monday, December 11, 2006

Tuscany: Migliarino - San Rossore Park

Close to Versilia and the world's most famous tower (in Pisa), a mosaic of miraculously integral natural environments, protected by the park.
The beach is among the most solitary of the Tuscan coast and abounds in low dunes and pioneer plants.
Inland, green pine forests planted from the eighteenth century onward, fragrant expanses of Mediterranean underbrush and strips of mixed woods that host a rare vine, the periploca, deer and wild boar.
As for wetlands, Lake Massaciuccoli hosts an important avifauna and precious peat-bogs that extend among the cane-brakes .
MIGLIARINO - SAN ROSSORE - MASSACIUCCOLI REGIONAL PARK
Extension: 23.115 ettari.
Sede: Via Aurelia nord, 4 - 56122 Pisa - tel. 050 525500.
Sito web: www.parks.it/parco.migliarino.san.rossore

A nice spot to be visited from Florence (1 hour by car).

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