Nature for All at Ferdinand II's hunting grounds
Along the trails of Ferdinand II's hunting grounds, in the company of a biologist, we will identify and get to know the main species of trees that make up the native forest and also the invasive species that threaten it. The resident fauna enlivens the trail, which is punctuated by wooden sculptures. We will look for their traces.
We will learn about the mountain's natural history, its microclimate and geology, and how these have been altered by human intervention over the centuries.
The conservation of biodiversity is essential to maintaining the functioning of the ecosystem and has countless benefits for nature and human beings alike. How can we contribute?
The trail is adapted for people with reduced mobility, using an electric wheelchair that can be requested in advance.