Protected since 1935, the Park offer a network of more than 50 km of paths, and is home to one of the richest examples of flora in the Mediterranean, a notable variety of birds and invertebrates, a rich architectural heritage and some of the best known landscapes in the world. The Promontorio includes cool forests, warm Mediterranean maquis, and chestnut and olive tree groves, and has a long tradition of smallholder farming and fishing. A dense network of paths criss-crosses maquis, mixed forests typical of the Apennines, rural settlements and fishing villages steeped in art and history. Walking through the Park, the visitor can enjoy its spectacular landscapes and fascinating views in just a small area: deciduous forests, dense maquis, pinewoods, ampelodesmos grass meadows and garigue shorelines. Moreover, the sea cliffs are home to a unique biological system, while the agricultural landscape is dominated by olive trees, often interspersed with vegetable plots and orchards.
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