Limestone rocks overlooking a clear and turquoise sea, small coves and beaches of white pebbles, ravines and caves inhabited since the Upper Palaeolithic like the important prehistoric site of the Uzzo cave, and then the dwarf palms that grow among the garrigue and the Mediterranean scrub.
These are the “natural ingredients” that make the Zingaro Reserve a real paradise on earth.
The reserve can be explored on foot. Of the five possible routes, the easiest one runs along the coast for seven kilometers and is the ideal choice for easily accessing the spectacular coves of Cala Capreria, Cala Disa, Cala Beretta, Cala Marinella, Cala Torre dell'Uzzo and Cala Tonnarella dell'Uzzo.
During the visit, it is possible to explore the Environmental Education Center and the five museums dedicated to various topics located across the area (The Museum of seafaring activities, the Museum of peasant civilization; the Museum of weaving, the Museum of Manna and the Naturalistic Museum).