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Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte

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Variety of species and landscapes

The 1,200 acres of unspoiled nature that comprise the Porto Conte Regional Park make up one of the most beautiful areas of the Sardinian coast. It's a state-run and managed area full of varied landscapes, towering cliffs above the blue sea, amazing rock formations, green hills, and forests full of conifers and oaks. Because of the variety of landscapes, the Porto Conte Regional Park is the perfect habitat for a variety of animal species, many of them in danger of extinction. The most notable species are wild hare, peregrine falcon, deer, Giara horses, and Asinara donkeys. All of these wonderful

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Immerse yourself in nature

This is one of the most beautiful nature reserves I’ve ever visited. They say that it’s one of the most complete Mediterranean reserves in terms of flora and fauna. There are lots of different species of plant life like oaks, conifers, and other typical Mediterranean plants. In terms of fauna, there’s a bit of everything, but the highlight is definitely the majestic griffon vultures that call the park home.

If you decide to take a long walk during the day, hopefully you’ll be able to see one of these massive birds circling in the sky. If not, you’ll always have the gorgeous views of the

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