Musolino state-owned equipped area
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Musolino state-owned equipped area

Along the route to Dinnammare, about 1,800 km away, in flat areas, both to the right and to the left, the equipped area of ​​Musolino has been created, with accommodation facilities being refurbished. Acacias, pines and eucalyptus are the tree species of this area from which it is possible to wander over the Tyrrhenian Sea to Capo Milazzo and the Aeolian Islands, in a green setting that contrasts with the intense blue of the sea. Interesting is the presence in the area of ​​a chestnut wood that covers a large portion of the north-west side of the Peloritani

Municipality: Messina
Wooded Complex: Dem. Peloritani Orien.

Vegetation type: Bosco m. with prev. pine

Toilet: ?
Toilets for the disabled: 0
Cooking points: 17
Tables: 35
Seats: 350
Drinking water points: 1
Non-drinking water points:?

Height 700 m.

Managing Body

Department of Regional State Forestry Company

Provincial Office of the Messina Company

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Little FountainsGames for childrenmountain bikePicnic


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Note on Sources

The information on the equipped state-owned areas has as its main source the website of the Regional Forestry Department of Sicily (continuously updated) to which is added a very interesting brochure entitled "The State Equipped Areas in Sicily" of the same department published in 1999 with the Editorial Coordination of the 8th Group - Promotion, Development and Research, editors Agostino Gatto and Valeria Restuccia. Further information was obtained from direct access to the areas and from interviews with experts and operators in the sector.

For official information and updates to the lists, see the pages of the site of the Sicily region - Department of the Regional State Forestry Company

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