Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe and the most other, with its 3300 meters.
It is a natural giant that, with its continuous eruptions over the centuries, has changed the surrounding landscape, transforming the typical Mediterranean environment into an evocative, almost lunar place. On the south side of the volcano, at 2,000 meters, there is the Sapienza refuge.
Here it will be possible to take a walk on the “Silvestri Craters”, among the best known cones of the internal volcano, formed following the eruption of 1892.
Looking down you can admire the minor crater and enjoy the panorama of the Gulf of Catania in the distance. It is possible to go up to the top of the volcano, at 3000 meters.