Devinska Kobyla is a mountain in the Little Carpathians, within the territory of Bratislava, Slovakia, between the boroughs of Devinska Nova Ves, Devín and Dubravka. At an altitude of 514 m (1686.3 ft) AMSL, it is the highest point of Bratislava. The area has been a national natural reserve since 1965. From the top, it is possible to see Bratislava, Austria, Hungary, the Danube and the Morava River.
This small territory contains 234 species of identified mushrooms, 110 species of identified lichens, 100 species of identified moss, and 1,110 species of identified plants. The southern and south-western slopes of this Slovakian hill and the western edge of Bratislava provide ideal living conditions for the thermophilous forest-steppe flora and fauna. The woods on the south-western slopes are the remains of the original oak forest.