Mount Etna

Etna volcano (Mongibello, Mungibeddu or simply a mountain in local dialect) is the highest active volcano in Europe, and one of the oldest in the world with its 500.000 years.

Its height, which changes from time to time because of new eruptions, is approximately of 3.350 meters above sea level.

Experiencing the Etna means plunging into an uncontaminated nature, discovering paths leading to the volcanic cones and grottos, enjoying the Mediterranean and mountain landscapes, arriving at the lava deserts to find colorful and new greenery.

Only by the meeting of these landscapes you can feel the everlasting relationship between the local inhabitants and their "Muntagna".