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a huge natural park

Sardinia’s unique territory could be viewed in its entirety as a huge natural park, despite the difficulties involved in reconciling the economic interests of tourism with those of protecting the environment. Among the recognised parks are the following: the Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago della Maddelena, founded in 1996 with 180 km of coast (20,000 ha.), the Parco Nazionale dell’Asinara, founded by law in 1991 and modified in 1997 (5,200 ha.), the Parco Nazionale del Gennargentu and Golfo di Orosei, founded in 1991 (73,935 ha.), the Parco Regionale Molentargius-Saline, of 1999 (1,622 ha.), the Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte, del 1999 (5,200 ha.). Among the natural reserves, the following are recognised: the Isola di Caprera, including the following marine reserves: Capo Carbonara, Sinis peninsula, Capo Cavallo, le isole di Budelli, Tavolare e Mal di Ventre. The WWF has also recognised le oasi di monte Accosumonte Lattias and that of Seu, the LIPU and Carloforte oases. The wetland areas of note are Pesciara di Corru S’Ittiri, S’Ena Arrubia and nearby areas, and the Cabras, Cagliari, Mistras and Molentargius ponds.

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