The Geographical area on which the course was designed, at one time was a marsh land, after the draining and improvement of the Agro Pontino, which took place at the beginning of the twentieth –century, this are was cultivated in the following years in rotation, with maize and grasses.
Endless rows of eucaliptos trees were planted, for their great capacity in absorbing water from land.
Today they flourish along the canals and streams, together with tamarisks and rushes, whilst in the vicinity to the sea we find the typical mediterranean bushes.
The wildlife species seen, are mostly birds: the local sparrow are permanent, but during migration period many other species can be spotted, the wagtail, the redstart, the quail and golden oriole. During the winter months, the read breasted robin and the wren are most common.
On the golf course, the upupa, the cuckoo, the serin, the small shrike and green-finch can often be seen, it is also easy to spot birds of prey, such as the kite, and on rare occasions the marsh-harrier hawk, and the kestrel.
On the lakes and water courses it is possible to spot wild duck, the teal and frequently the grey heron is seen.
On our walk we can admire the san-piper and also small groups of grebes on the larger lake of the course.
Coots and egrets, and in the winter months the kingfisher, and before the hot season arrives, the magnificent godwit and the garganey.
All trough the year the rushes around the lakes are inhabited by large of moorhens. Other local fauna living on and around the golf club are, the fox, the common hedhog, and we also find an exotic animal, introduced into italian waterways, a rodent, the idromide oriental, also known as the beaver rat.