Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in Europe and is Sicily’s best-known natural attraction.
It is a rough portion of coast on the Italian Riviera, consisting of five villages. Together with the coastline and the surrounding hillsides, they form the Cinque Terre National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A coast of stunning beauty, with lemon tree gardens, colored terrace houses and azure sea.
The volcano with the world's longest recorded period of activity: more than 2.000 years.