ETNA – WORLD UNESCO HERITAGE
Mount Etna is one of the most-studied and monitored volcanoes in the world, and continues to influence volcanology, geophysics and other earth science disciplines. Mount Etna’s notoriety, scientific importance, cultural and educational value are of global significance.
Something to know
Europe’s highest volcano. The world’s most active volcano in terms of eruption frequency.
The world’s longest documented records of historical volcanism, documented by humans for at least 2700 years.
The highest mountain in the central Mediterranean area or of any of the Mediterranean islands.
It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO on 21st June 2013.
All our Etna tours include pick-up and drop-off from Catania and surrounding areas and multilingual naturalistic guides, that will take you on the best routes depending on climatic, volcanological conditions and to your physical status.
The Etna Tours which combine the excursion on the volcano Etna with moments of freedom in famous pearls of Eastern Sicily, such as Taormina and the Alcantara Gorges, are very appreciated by travelers. As well as the Etna Wine that provide a wine tasting at one of the local wineries along the slopes of the Volcano.