A rich and varied culinary tradition completes the National Park's extraordinary offer.
Buffalo breeding farms are traditionally situated in the area behind the coastal lakes. The Park territory is encompassed in the production area of DOP buffalo-milk mozzarella from Campania; several large factories are located in the surroundings, but within the Park only breeding takes place, and farms can sell their milk and meat. On State-owned Park areas, pine nuts are produced; fishing is also significant (in the coastal lakes of Caprolace, Monaci, and Fogliano). Grape growing (DOP Circeo wine) and beekeeping, whose main product is eucalyptus honey, are important around the Park territory.

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 Caciotta Pontina made with Cow Buffalo's Milk
Hard cheese made with cow buffalo's milk, with a sweet and slightly salty taste. Cylindrical sha... >>
PDO - Protected Designation of Origin
 Mozzarella Campana made with Cow Buffalo's Milk PDO
It is a fresh pulled-curd cheese, obtained exclusively from fresh, whole, and raw or eventually past... >>
Eucalyptus Honey from the Pontina PlainEucalyptus Honey from the Pontina Plain
Single-flower honey obtained from the nectar of the flowers of Eucalyptus spp. It can be liquid or c... >>
Animals with large hoofs and imposing musculature, buffalos were used to work in marshy grounds lon... >>
Autochthonous Breed and Meat
Circeo DOCCirceo DOC
The vines used are Malvasia di Candia and Trebbiano for the white wine, Merlot and Sangiovese for t... >>
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