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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10 Best Etna Tours

The possibilities to discover Sicily and Mount Etna are endless. Whether you are a sportsman, a relaxed traveller, a thrill seeker, or a science or landscapes enthusiast, you'll always find something for you on Mount Etna.

May, 30th 2019: Etna is erupting!

Following the volcanic tremor that had begun to increase in the late evening of May 29th, two small eruptive fractures began immediately, just below the Southeast crater, which feed a modest Strombolian activity.
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The Etna Marathon 0-3000

The Etna Super Marathon, from zero to three thousand meters, will take place on June 8, 2019. Etna Trail Asd, with the support of Etna3340, organizes for the 5th consecutive year the Etna Super Marathon from 0 to 3000 meters altitude.
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What is the best time to visit Mount Etna ?

The best time to visit Sicily is from May to June or September to October. Summer high temperatures will make hiking Mount Etna much harder than usual. Whatever season and excursion in Sicily you choose, Etna is an amazing natural wonder offering a great variety of emotions.
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.