Etna or Mongimbello is on the east coast of Sicily, overlooking the cities of Catania and Messina.
Mount Etna is a World Heritage Site from 2013 and forms part of the Parco dell’Etna Regional Nature Park.
Etna is one of the world’s most active volcanoes. It attracts thousands of tourists every year.
While visiting Sicily, it’s worth a visit to this breathtaking natural attraction.
An excursion on the craters offers unique emotions thanks to the surreal landscape that is unique of its kind.
Birdwatching is one of the activities offered by the surrounding area as well as trekking.
Eating and Drinking:
Among the things to do, certainly not to be missed are the wine tastings to try the delicious wines produced in the area.
Where to stay:
The territory of the highest volcano in Europe offers countless places to be discovered. Among these, the numerous shelters along the Etna Park stand out, which give the many tourists exploring the area the opportunity to spend even an exciting night at the foot of the mountain. There are a large number of shelters.