Etna3340 Blog

Welcome to Etna3340 blog, here you will find all news about Etna and Sicily, about events, excursions and places to visit in Sicily, enriched by all the useful information concerning the volcanic activity of Mount Etna. There are many things to do when you explore a new place. The hardest? Know where to start! Visiting Sicily and climbing to its tallest mountain like Mount Etna who's the biggest active volcano in Europe, is both a real challenge and an unforgettable experience. In order to help you plan correctly your journey in Sicily, we posts news and advices helping you getting ready for uniques adventures around Sicily's best places and activities.

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Etna tours for children

Sicily has all the important elements for a great family holiday. If you are planning an outdoor activity, it is likely that volcano Etna is at the top of your "Bucket List". A trip to Mount Etna, may become one of the unforgettable highlights of your kid's childhood.

Best places to visit in Sicily

Sicily is Italy’s the largest region, and also the Mediterranean’s largest island, so the options on what to visit can be almost endless. This is a short list of the special places to visit in Sicily

Eruption Mount Etna Avril 2017

The actual eruption on volcano Etna continues its eruptive phase, lava flows runs towards the west side of 2002 craters laying another layer over the old lava of 2002-2003 eruption.
butterfly Etna

Butterfly House Etna

Delicacy... charm... elegance. Enter the magical world of the Butterfly House Etna to try out unique emotions and discover the wide variety of shapes and colors of nature. Open every day from 10h00-13h30. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in the afternoon.
visiting Modica


MODICA is an agricultural and commercial centre which is beautifully situated high above two former river valleys at the foot of the Iblei Mountains.
Vulcano Stromboli


Volcano Stromboli has a persistent explosive activity and is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. It has an altitude of 926 meters and reaches a depth between 1300 m and 2400 m below sea level.
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