Salina di Margherita di Savoia nature Reserve
The nature reserve Salina di Margherita di Savoia is an area of ancient origin. The saltworks of Margherita di Savoia were first used by the Romans, later by the Normans and they are still used today. The whole area is now protected and managed by the Corpo Forestale dello Stato.
The reserve is home to many migratory birds such as ducks, coots, avocets and shorebirds. Here can be found the Cavaliere d'Italia, the pink seagull and the Frantini.
The saltworks of Margherita di Savoia are the biggest in Italy and produce about half of the national sea salt.
- Rating: 2.2 2.2 star (6 ratings)
Please try again alter
We don't know of any itineraries organised in this nature reserve. If you know of any itineraries/escursions organised by this park then let us know the details and we will be glad to list them.
Info centre Salina di Margherita di Savoia nature Reserve
- Ex ASFD
Villaggio Foresta Umbra
71030 Vico del Gargano - Foggia