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Lun 16 Gen 2017
THE WINTER SEA AND ITS MAGNIFICENCE

Guided Tour into the Natural Park of Costal Dunes, to discorver its landscapes and ecosystems, from the sea to the wetland.

We will start from the S. Leonardo costal tower, full of charm and history, directed to the nord, walking on the seaside. An astonishing view of the lighthouse of Torre Canne will indicate the northern bound of the Costal Dunes Park.

On the right side the sea, with its winter clours; on the left side, the dunes with sand and centuries-old junipers, myrtles, mastic trees and sand lilies. Outside the costal dunes there will be the wetland of Morelli River, another important habitat and one of the longest river of Salento. We will explore the peschiera and know the the traditional fishing practice of golden mullet and eels.

Along the seaside, we will discover a large number of trails left by sea’s inhabitants: cuttlebones, shark eggs (or egg cases), posidonia oceanica, algae with various and picturesques forms. And then the black sand...we will learn its origin. 

This appointment is included into a large number of activities shared between the Natural Park of Costal Dunes and Cooperativa Serapia, an enterprise which signed the European Chartes Of Sustainable Tourism.

Info and details

Meeting Sunday 28th Jenuary, at 9.30 a.m., at the Camping ‘Il Pilone’, (N 40°48,197´ - E 17°32,337´), Ostuni (BR).

The low difficulty 5 km walk, will end at 1 pm.

Trekking sneakers and comfortable clothes are suggested.

Reservation is recommended calling the number 347 0081412 (Francesco)or e-mailing to info@cooperativaserapia.it.

 

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