What are the names of the forests in Italy?

One is Abruzzo National Park, Italy.

"This ecoregion covers much of Italy, extending from the southeastern coast up to the northwestern sections of the country, even reaching into France. Wander through this ecoregion and you'll see potholes and lakes left behind by the glaciers that carved this unique landscape. Along the coast, the forests consist primarily of wild olive-locust, European olive, and carob bean gum trees. Climb up into the sunny, dry interior and you'll find forests of European, turkey, and sessile oaks, along with flowering ash and oriental hornbeam. And at higher elevations, you'll find mostly dwarf mountain pine and juniper trees."