Bosco Malabotta Nature Reserve includes old oaks, beeches, birch trees and a broad expanse of pine trees.
The Bosco Malabotta Nature Reserve, a lush area of 3200 hectares, offers a spectacular environment with a stunning underwood and a wonderful panorama. From the top of its hill it is possible to enjoy a breathtaking view of Mount Etna and the Tyrrhenian coast. The reserve includes old oaks, beeches, birch trees and a broad expanse of pine trees.
How to get there:
Get on A20/E90 from Viale Boccetta. Follow A20/E90 to Via Sant‘Anna in Falcone. Take exit Falcone from A20/E90. Take Via Alessandro Manzoni and Strada Provinciale 110/SP110 to the riserve.