In the Park's area there are about 400 stone walls, old stone-built stables and warehouses, basins (for the collection of rainwater) that were cut into the rock 600 years ago, also several constructions of wood and stone (like the stone-paved pathway) in complete harmony with the natural surroundings.
Since it was first placed in operation, the Park has developed to a carefully protected biotope, in which all the free fauna of the area has found protection. That is due to the following reasons:
First, the whole area of the Park is enclosed by fences and completely supervised, so the hunters do not have access.
Second, due to the fact that the northern part of Zakynthos lacks running waters, during the hot summer months many wild animals find water at one of the more than 100 places that water the Park's animals.
Third, during the winter, when finding food becomes hard for the free animals, many birds are fed along with the Park's birds.
Fourth, inside the Park there aren't any noisy activities (taverns with music etc.) that would interfere with the normal life of the animals.
Fifth, no fertilisers or other chemicals are used inside the Park, except for the organic waste material of the animals themselves, exactly in the way it was many years ago.
In the near future the Park will expand even more, so that it offers better conditions for the growth of the flora and fauna inside it. Zakynthos is an island where ecology is an important factor, but it is also a fact that there is great construction activity due to the tourism business, and that has an impact on the environment, which ought to be protected.