Hiking Mt.Etna

Trekking leggero

In questo tour di 6 ore sull’Etna, a €75 a persona, potrai fare un trekking di 7 km lungo il versante sud del vulcano, godendo di paesaggi unici e vista sulla costa est. Include visita al tunnel lavico e degustazione di prodotti locali. Disponibile tutto l’anno, richiede una caparra di €15.

Sicilian food

Pranzo leggero

Vivi un tour dell’Etna, visitando il vulcano più attivo d’Europa. Scegli tra un Jeep Tour, trekking sui crateri e grotte laviche, o esplora la cima via funivia. Il tour include un pranzo leggero con prodotti locali e vino. Durata 5/6 ore, adatto a tutti, €110 a persona. Disponibile tutto l’anno.

View of the sunrise on Etna

Etna Alba

Un tour dell’Etna con partenza prima dell’alba prevede un incontro per il servizio di prelievo, un viaggio in veicolo 4WD o SUV fino a 1800m, seguito da un trekking ai crateri spenti per ammirare l’alba e una colazione siciliana. Include visita a un tunnel lavico, guida naturalistica, assicurazione, pick up/drop off da Catania e attrezzatura. Costo €80 a persona, disponibile da aprile a ottobre.

Frequently asked questions about Mt. Etna

Mount Etna is the subject of widespread interest, and at the same time erroneous and misleading information. When will Etna erupt again? This is one of the questions most difficult to answer. Many flank eruptions at Etna are actually preceded by eruptive activity at the summit craters. Volcanoes usually do not behave in a strictly regular manner in terms of their eruption frequencies, and they may change the behavior manifested for a certain period. There Leggi tutto…

Mythology of Sicily & Mount Etna

Tales of Ancient Gods and Fiery Eruptions Mount Etna is one of the most famous volcanoes in the world. It has erupted numerous times throughout history, leaving behind a trail of destruction and wonder. But beyond its awe-inspiring natural beauty lies a rich mythology, shaped by the beliefs and traditions of the ancient civilizations that lived in the region. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the mythology of Mount Etna and discover the fascinating Leggi tutto…

Teste di Moro

“An Unfaithful love” Teste di Moro, also known as “Moorish heads,” are small ceramic or terracotta sculptures depicting the heads of African men or women with colorful turbans or head wraps. They are traditional decorative items in Sicilian folklore and are often used as garden ornaments, hanging ornaments, or even as door knockers. The story of the Moorish Sicilian heads is a historical tale that dates back to the 11th century. At that time, the Leggi tutto…


“Chocolate’s city” Modica is famous for its Baroque architecture and its delicious chocolate. It has a population of approximately 54,000 people and covers an area of about 290 square kilometers. Modica was founded by the ancient Sicilian tribes and has a long and rich history. The town was ruled by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Arabs, all of whom left their mark on the town’s architecture and culture. In the 11th century, Leggi tutto…


Il Commissario Montalbano Ragusa Ibla is a part of the larger municipality of Ragusa, but it is a distinct and separate town with its own unique history and character. Ragusa Ibla is situated in a valley between two hills and is characterized by its narrow winding streets, stunning Baroque architecture, and beautiful churches. The town is particularly famous for its historic center, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The center of Ibla is dominated Leggi tutto…


“Rich of history” Siracusa, also known as Syracuse, is a historic city located on the eastern coast of the island of Sicily, Italy. Founded by the Greeks in 733 BC, it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and was once a powerful center of culture, art, and trade. The city is divided into two main parts: the modern city on the mainland and the ancient city on the island of Leggi tutto…


“Acireale’s rich history” Acireale is a city situated between Catania and Taormina. The city has a rich history dating back to ancient times. Known for its Baroque architecture, stunning views of Mount Etna, and vibrant culture. One of the most notable landmarks in Acireale is the Basilica di San Sebastiano, a beautiful Baroque church built in the 18th century. The church boasts an impressive collection of frescoes, sculptures, and artwork, making it a must-see for Leggi tutto…