Pallanca exotic Gardens
Immediately after the Punta Migliarese gallery, here is a steep rocky slope overlooking the sea, with bands and terraces populated by beautiful plants. This is the Pallanca Exotic Garden, a spectacular naturalistic monument created by the descendants of Bartolomeo Pallanca, a very young "bocia" and later collaborator of Lodovico Winter. There are three thousand two hundred species of plants.
The valuable collection of cacti and succulents, the most important in Italy and one of the most important in Europe, stands out. The oldest plant - a "Copiapoa" native to Chile, which grows on the slopes of the Andes - is three hundred years old.
The Pallanca Exotic Garden well can be considered as the heir to the Moreno Garden.