One of the “historical” regional forests has a great picnic area, is ideal for outdoor activity, and boasts fabulous views from its highest reaches. The forest of Mount Olia spreads out over an area of 2,236 hectares located between the Monti and Berchidda territories. The forest sits on a substratum of granite and is home to holm-oak woods interspersed with conifers (domestic, black and Aleppo pines), downy oaks and young cork oaks, especially in the reforested areas. You will also notice many strawberry trees, heather, cistus and lavender bushes.