Once you’ve returned to Viale del Gombo, continue toward the sea along the wide avenue surrounded by maritime pines. When you’ve passed via dei Pini, you’ll see a dirt track on the left that leads to Lame di Fuori. This is a wet area covering about 620 hectares and is a very important stop for birds during migration. There is less greenery here, which are instead replaced by ponds just behind the dunes, whose banks are usually dotted with mallards, Eurasian teals, great cormorants and grey herons. With a bit of luck, you might also be able to see some splendid deer that live in the park area as they graze undisturbed. Following the dirt track, you’ll come up alongside Gombo beach, characterized by its petrified forest, a curious stretch of trunks overlooking the sea. Once you’ve reached Lame, head back the way you came on via del Gombo and, from there, continue first to the sea, then to the right on Viale Bicchi. This will take you to the north along the coast and beyond the river Morto Nuovo near a bridge.