Nebrodi Park Full day
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Trekking on Nebrodi: the Megaliths of Argimusco

Trekking inside the Nebrodi Park with naturalistic guide to admire the legendary megaliths and the Malabotta forest.
  • Medium
  • Everyday
  • ITA - EN
  • Min: 1 Person
Offers details

You will venture into the Agrimusco plateau, by the Nebrodi natural park, with a naturalistic guide.

This area is characterized by quartz sandstones that time has shaped in the most different ways. Traditionally these rocks are considered as the masterpiece of pre-historical populations, like the menhir or Stonehenge. Archeologists and geomorphologists are more inclined to think that these rocks have a natural origin dictated by the wind erosion.

You will pass through the typical vegetation of the Nebrodi mountains, the Malabotta forest, which is a centuries-old oak and beech forest in the natural reserve of Malabotta.

Duration: 5/6 hours

Difference in level: inferior to 400 meters


Half-day trek.
Naturalistic guide.

Not included

Packed lunch.


Wear comfortable clothes, long trousers and either trekking shoes or sneakers. Bring a wind proof jacket in winter and a sweatshirt and k-way in summer, as well as a backpack and water.

How to reach us

You can choose among these two meeting points along with your guide:

Portella Favoscuro (Floresta): intersection along the state road 116 in the area of Floresta and Santa Domenica di Vittoria. In the rest area there is a highly frequented bar. GPS coordinates: Lat. 37.9745728, Long.14.952948

Portella Argimusco (Montalbano Elicona): follow the road to Montalbano Elicona and indications for Bosco Malabotta. GPS coordinates: Lat. 37.985439, Long. 15.036957

Booking terms and conditions

An advance payment of 20% of the total amount is required for the reservation.

Terms of use

In case of bad weather conditions you will agree a new date with your guide. If it will not be possible to arrange a new date, you will be refunded.

Cancellation policy

The deposit paid upon booking is not refundable under any circumstances.

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