Naturalistic archaeological park of Cava Porcaro
The park occupies an area of about 27 hectares between the two Cucca and Porcaro streams at an altitude between 300 and 400 meters above sea level. In addition to elements of strong naturalistic interest, the Cava Porcaro Park preserves precious archaeological findings including the Christian hypogeic catacombs (XNUMXth century AD). The Park contains various botanical species typical of the Iblei: carob trees, anagiris, hawthorn, terebinth, wild pear and dwarf palm. Numerous species of medicinal and food plants: thyme, helichrysum, red valerian, rue, asparagus, capers, wild fennel, oregano.
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