The Etna, is the largest and highest still active volcano in Europe. According to the last measurements, the Etna showed an altitude of 11,000 feet a.s.l., but its altitude changes at each new important eruption.

A panoramic drive will take you to 6,400 feet a.s.l. passing through a green countryside with citrus groves and vineyards, forests and two little towns. At the end of the road (6,400 feet a.s.l.), you will be able to see the Crateri Silvestri aroused during a very strong eruption in 1892, With good weather conditions and if the time allows it, it is a great adventure to take the cable car and a 4 weel drive bus, with an experienced mountain guide, to reach the top area (about 9,000 feet a.s.l.)