What to see

Immerse yourself completely in a spectacular and fascinating nature to live fantastic and make unforgettable encounters.

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The particular structure of our park, allows visitors to truly be "in contact" with nature as it allows you to bring any animals which live free in large natural spaces. In the Farm in fact, adults and children can pet various animals including Deers and Llamas in space without bars and in complete safety or even walking through the botanical garden you will find peacocks roaming free.
But park has other fantastic encounters with kangaroos, zebras and curious animals such as skunks or coati. Within the beautiful natural environments reconstructed you can observe different species of exotic birds including splendid examples of parrots and flamingoes while near the pond you can find Water Turtles, Swans and Anatidae.

African Grey Parrot

Central Africa, Kenya, Tanzania

Barn Owl

World

Bennet's Wallaby

Australia

Black Swan

Australia

Blue and Yellow Macaw

tropical America

Chilean Flamingo

Asia, Africa and South Europe

Cockatiel

Australia

Dwarf Goat

Somalia

Dwarf Rabbit

Spain, Portugal,Morocco, Algeria and Australia

Eastern Rosella

North-East Australia

Eurasian Eagle-Owl

Europe, Asia and North Africa

Fallow deer

Eastern and southern Europe

Ferret

Europe

Fox

Europe, North Africa, Asia and North America

Goat ''Camosciata'' of the Alps

Swiss Alps

Golden Eagle

Alps and Apennines

Grant's Zebra

Central Africa

Hermann's tortoise

North Italy

Indian Peafowl

India and Ceylon

Laughing Kookaburra

Australia, New Guinea and Aru Islands

Llama

South America

Lovebirds

Central and Southern Africa

Mallard Duck

Europe, Asia, Africa and North America

Mara or Hare

Argentina

Orange-winged Amazon

Mexico, South America and the Caribbean

Prairie dogs

North America and Europe

Raccoon

North America

Rose-breasted cockatoo

Australia

Ruddy Shelduck

Eurasia and Africa

Saltasassi Sheep

Ossola and Antigorio Valleys

Sardinian Donkey

Sardinia and north-western Africa

Sarus crane

India, Thailand and Burma

Shetland Pony

Shetland Islands, Orkney and of northern Scotland

Snowy Owl

northern Eurasia and in northern Canada

South American Coati

Centre-south of the USA to the north of South America

Striped skunk

United State

White stork

Central and eastern Europe

Yellow-bellied slider

America

In this unique area, visitors can enter without formality and without keepers within a fence where docile and affectionate Tibetan goats, llamas and wonderful deers, living free and in contact with the man: extend their hands without fear that escape or attack will be a unique experience.
See animals run free in the meadows or resting lazily in the shade of the trees, brings to mind the importance of contact with nature and stimulates, especially in smaller, unique and far more intense sensations than the standard experience of a Zoo.
An unusual encounter
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See animals run free
Un incontro molto particolare
Un incontro molto particolare
Un incontro molto particolare
Un incontro molto particolare
The physiognomy of flora is very different from that found in other parts of Italy. The use of evergreen is limited, the bloom is above all spring and summer and plants are suitable for humid climate and acid soil of lakes.

The ground, which often descends steeply towards the lake, contributes to the charm of these gardens, designed to provide spectacular views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
Here, in fact, in a unique environmental setting, you can see rare and exotic plant species such as the majestic Tulip tree, the ancient Gynkgo Biloba or walk in the beautiful Italian garden, or in the driveway of the Camellias, contemplating the bloom of hundreds of different species.

Ailanthus

China and Taiwan

Amazonian datura

Asia and America

Ash

Asia, Europe

Bald cypress

North and central America

Butcher's broom

Europe

Camphor

East Asia, Japan, China and Taiwan

Chestnut tree

Europe

Coast Redwood

Western North America

Colorado spruce

North America

Cypress

Asia Minor and the eastern Mediterranean

Eastern white pine

Eastern North America

English yew

North Europe, North Africa and Caucasus

European beech

European larch

Central Europe, Alps and Carpathians

Ginkgo

China

Hazel

European- Caucasian

Horse-chestnut

Eastern Europe

Hydrangea

Asia and the Himalayas

Irish oak

Western and central Europe

Japanese pieris

Japan, Taiwan and China

Lawson's Cypress

Piedmont

Lebanon Cedar

Eastern Mediterranean, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey

Lime Tree

Europe

Liquidambar

North America

Magnolia

South-eastern United States

Magnolia Soulange

China

Northern red oak

North America and North Europe

Norway spruce

North and central Europe

Painted nettle

Asia and Africa

Palm

Asia

Persimmon

Japan and China

Plane Tree

Europe, Asia and North America

Purple beech

Europe

Rhododendron

Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe

Scarlet oak

North America

Scots pine

Italy

Silver maple

North America

Trifoliate orange

Southern China and Korea

Tulip tree

United States

Wych elm

Italy

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