The Asinara National Park is located in Sardinia, in the province of Sassari. The whole territory is represented from Asinara, administered by the City of Porto Torres. Unique natural treasure in the Mediterranean, the island has preserved the ecological habitat of over a century ago. Sardinia is the second largest island and has an elongated shape with hilly areas crossed by gullies and flat areas. Along the east coast, the coasts are sweet and low, interspersed with small coves and marshes, while they are jagged, with cliffs, thus justifying the Roman name “Sinuaria”. The botanical specie more interesting is the cornflower thorny, exclusive of Sardinia, characterized by a cushion-shaped with short, thorny silver branches. On the island live more than 80 wild species of terrestrial vertebrates, many of which are rare. Rich in amphibians and reptiles, birds, however, are to be numerous: crested cormorants, herring gull and the rare Audouin’s gull, shearwaters, the sea swallows and ravens. The peregrine falcon and the rock pigeon live on the limestone cliffs. It is also easy to spot various cetaceans such as small dolphins, dolphins and fin whales. Among the mammals are wild sheep, a hundred wild horses and the famous colony of white donkeys, exclusives of the island, of small size, are located near Trabuccato and Santa Maria.