13 Feb


With its approximately 3350m in height, Mount Etna is the highest active volcano in Europe. World Heritage Site since 2013, presents a composite geological and landscape variety; the frequent eruptive activity determines a continuous evolution of its morphology, above all on the sides of the mountain, where in the course of time are formed singular valleys, lateral mouths, caves and deserts that have become attractive destinations for research and excursions. Among the most interesting we find the VALLE DEL BOVE, a wide depression on the east side of the volcano covered by lava flows interspersed with real small isolated oases of vegetation, known as ‘Dagale’. Nourished the range of activities that can be visited and places visited, both under the bright summer sun and in winter on the snow cover that covers the peaks and flanks.