By Johanna the 09/12/2022
The marine and coastal areas are home to rich and varied environments. A territory of reproduction, nursery and migratory stages for many species such as, Posidonia meadows, rhodolith, canyons and many more, all taking advantage of the diversity of their habitats.
The diversity of these environments is the basis of many activities (artisanal fishing, leisure, maritime traffic, tourism) and contribute to forge a local maritime identity. Today, the balance is fragile and requires careful management of the environment.
In close collaboration with all the stakeholders of the territory, the Park ensures the balance between the environmental and economic stakes of its maritime territory. It meets three fundamental objectives:
2 fishing camps
Capu Sagru in the east, Nonza/San Fiurenzu in the West
4 submarine canyon heads
Centuri north, Centuri south, San Fiurenzu and L’Isula
100 km2 Posidonia seagrass beds
One of the most important concentrations of ocean floor in the Mediterranean
2 semi-rigid boats, the Giraglia and the Mergunaghju
11 permanent agents
6 830 km2 the largest marine park in metropolitan France
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