The Park offers different access and visit possibilities. As a matter of fact, there are areas of free admittance (Borbone Estate, Macchia Lucchese, Massaciuccoli Lake and Padule, the reclaimed area of Vecchiano, part of Migliarino Estate, Tombolo Estate, Coltano Estate), others you can visit only on certain days (Tenuta di San Rossore) or only together with the Park Tour Guides (Migliarino Estate); finally, there are areas that are not accessible (western section of San Rossore Estate and the military areas of Tombolo Estate).
The itineraries mainly develop across flat areas, and are therefore easily accessible on foot also without a particular training; it is also possible to visit the Park on horseback, by carriage, by bike, and by boat.
The best and safest way to discover Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli Park is through the service of guided visits put at disposal by the Regional Park Authority, required when you want to discover the places of San Rossore Presidential Estate and Salviati Estate in Migliarino.
We believe that the best way to safeguard nature is to promote its knowledge and appreciation, raising in visitors awareness as far as environmental issues are concerned.
Discovering, understanding the delicate balances of nature, promoting the territory, rediscovering the ancient taste of our traditions and the vocation of our lands, enjoying the beauty of our landscape or simply spending a beautiful day in a unique environment.
A free and aware visit to the Park is an essential element we would like to promote in order to make people understand the deep relationship linking man to nature.
To visit San Rossore Estate please contact:
- San Rossore Estate Visitor Center
- Casale La Sterpaia Visitor Center - Park Guest House
Departure: Museo sull'Ecologia della Palude
2 h 30 m
|Cascine nuove, Fosso delle Cateratte, and Coton Grosso||On foot|
|Fiume Morto Vecchio||On foot|
|Lame di fuori – Lama degli Ontani||On foot|
from 4 to 5 hours
|Maddalena Woodland, Paduletto||On foot|
|Sabrina Bulleri||On foot|
|San Bartolomeo||On foot|
|Cornacchiaia Woodland – WWF Nature Sanctuary||On foot|
2 h 30 m
|The Trail of the Three Pines||On foot|
|Tirrenia Dunes – WWF Nature Sanctuary||On foot|
|Laurel Woodland Nature Reserve||On foot|
There are many ways to visit the Park, according to the area of interest and the itinerary followed. Usually, it is possible to carry out the visit:
- on foot
- by bike
- on horseback
- by carriage
- by train
- by coach
- by boat or canoe (Massaciuccoli)