OGA NATURAL RESERVE
Created in 1983, the peat bog dates back about 13,000 years and covers an area of over 30 hectares.
Inside, it still preserves a multiplicity of environments of considerable naturalistic interest (low and intermediate peat bog, peat meadows, spikenard grasslands, wooded areas), including very heterogeneous species such as the Drosera rotundifolia, a carnivorous plant.
The most easily observable aspect typical of the peat bog environment, however, are the domes drawn by the sphagnum bumps (a genus of moss in continuous growth).
During the summer season, at Paluaccio, various activities and workshops are organised for adults and children.