The Maremma Regional Park is a green oasis in the heart of southern Tuscany.
Protagonists of the landscape are the Uccellina mountains, a green coastal ridge dotted with romantic remains of old watchtowers and an ancient Cistercian abbey.
The natural landscape of the park is characterized by a variety of ecosystems where an incredible number of plant and animal species find their ideal habitat: the dunes, Mediterranean scrub, holm oak forests and pine forest areas, all the way to the wetlands and lowland areas are home to three species of wild ungulates such as wild boar, roe deer and fallow deer but also carnivores of considerable conservation value such as the wolf, wild cat, and marten.
Common mammals include the fox, badger, marten, porcupine, and European hare, as well as several species of micro mammals.
Birds of prey present include the peregrine falcon, marsh harrier and short-toed eagle, while nocturnal birds of prey include the tawny owl, barn owl, little owl and scops owl.
It is possible to visit the park on foot with expert guides, by bicycle, by canoe, by carriage at sunset and also at night to savor all the magic of nature under the starry sky.