Away from the hustle and bustle of everyday traffic, to recover energy and safely venture into centuries-old forests, where dozens and dozens of streams and fountains with excellent quality mineral water flow. The Sila National Park is home to the largest forest in the Mediterranean, where you can breathe the purest air in Europe (Dr. Antonietta Gatti and Prof. Stefano Montanari – Nanodiagnostic Laboratory), with a mild climate for many months of the year and a territory rich in intact medieval remains. This healthy and welcoming plateau is particularly suitable for family tourism and allows you to practice countless sports activities in a protected and intact environment: trekking, canoeing, birdwatching, cycling, skiing, crossing easy paths accessible to people of all ages. (elderly, blind, disabled), thanks to structures created to highlight the climatic and geological characteristics of the Park, thus guaranteeing maximum well-being to visitors. The food is particularly healthy, locally sourced, and follows the Mediterranean tradition of southern Italian cuisine. The centrality with respect to areas of historical and artistic significance completes its appearance as an ideal place for lovers of nature and culture.