The GEA park is an oasis of biodiversity and natural beauty situated at the gateway to Pistoia, in the heart of Tuscany. You will discover an extraordinary environment where scientific research and environmental well-being blend harmoniously.

A Sanctuary of Biodiversity

The GEA park offers a wide variety of flora and fauna that reflects the richness of the Tuscan countryside. Making your way along its tranquil trails and through its open spaces, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and to discover unique and fascinating animal and plant species.

The Botanical Gardens: a Haven

Inside the park you will find the GEA botanical gardens, an exceptional collection of ornamental plants from around the world. You can stroll through the lush flower beds and admire the variety of colours and aromas that characterise this precious botanical treasure.

A Heritage to Preserve

The GEA park is more than simply a natural area. It is a place devoted to conserving and highlighting biodiversity, where experts work constantly to protect and preserve the animal and plant species that thrive there.

The Various Areas

Inside the park are spaces and structures planned to satisfy specific demands.

  • The Classroom in the Woods: a space equipped for open-air lessons and lectures, situated among the trees in the park. This structure, built on a wooden platform and provided with wiring for every technological need, offers a unique environment for gatherings immersed in nature.
  • The Shade Area: a covered area with raised wooden shelves, ideal for protecting plants during summer months. This space provides a shaded environment for the care and preservation of the plants in the collection.
  • The large plazas for growing plants in containers: two large, completely enclosed plazas adapted for growing plants in containers and for setting up experimental trials. These areas are designed to prevent access by the wild animals in the park, ensuring a controlled environment for research activities and experimentation.

Map of the park