The Mediterranean Biodiversity Park of Lino delle Fate Eco-Village Resort is a wide, green area expanding on a 16-hectares surface, right in the centre of a site whose complex natural history has resulted in a huge variety of living species, all typical of the Bibione area, sharing one habitat. This is what Biodiversity means, and it is still a huge resource today; even though the environment has not always been left untouched, our landscape is still home to many different species. The Park is lush with vegetation, displaying the most important local varieties of Mediterranean flora: about 40 plant species are indigenous, the most well-known being Cornflower, Gentian, Lily, Stonecrop (gen. Sedum), Stipa tenuissima, Honeysuckle etc. Inside Lino delle Fate’s woods, the local fauna is also well represented, with over 50 bird species, among which the Eurasian Scops Owl, the Barn Owl, the Eagle Owl, the Green Woodpecker, the Starling, the Hoopoe, the Chiffchaff, the Blackcap, and so on, and 4 reptile species: the Slowworm, the Wall Lizard, the European Green Lizard and the Whip Snake. Many mammals are also present, among which the Hedgehog, the Hare, the Weasel, the Marten, the Mole etc.0
The Biodiversity Park is not only a place to admire for its stunning natural landscape, but also an emotional and dynamic space, a great communication device, a veritable ‘social arena’ which will encourage even the less curious to repeatedly explore it, experience it, live it.