In Cecina there is an unusual farm, the Gallorose Park. The Park, inaugurated in 2001 today is undergoing restructuring and evolution, is located in a green oasis and is home to 150 wild and domestic mammals and birds.
Red giant kangaroos, Nile lichi, bertucce, fennec foxes, palm owls, black giant squirrels are just some of the animals in the park; in addition we find domestic varieties of the territory, such as the Pisan cows, the horse of Monterufoli and the Sienese cinta. The Park, in fact, was created to understand the importance of biodiversity and to educate the sustainable use of natural resources.
Inside the park there are also several historical museums with finds from the 18th to the 21st century. You will find galleries of political posters, a museum on everyday life with vintage images and toys from the early 1900s and, being the park a farm, a museum dedicated to the work vehicles from the 1900s to today has been created.
There are plenty of refreshments, for a quick meal you can take advantage of the service of the bar or self service, for lovers of Tuscan cuisine there is also a restaurant that offers traditional dishes for lunch and dinner. All this exclusively with farm products.