Nature reserve of San Cataldo
The Nature reserve of San Cataldo is a 28 hectare protected area, which was set up in 1977 by the Ministry of Agriculture, located along the Adriatic coast near the town of Lecce.
Originally a malaria infested swampland, it was gradually drained during the 20th century. Fast growing species of trees, such as pines and eucalyptus, were also planted, thus changing the character and appearance of the area.
In addition to a rich variety of Mediterranean plant species, the Reserve is also home to numerous animals, such as foxes, hedgehogs, badgers or weasels, as well as many types of reptiles and birds.
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Info centre Nature reserve of San Cataldo
- Via Alcide de Gasperi, 3
74015 Martina Franca - Taranto
Telephone: +39 080 430 6471