Enjoy an jeep ride through scenic Etna

Explore Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. Discovering Mount Etna is one of the greatest adventure tours in Sicily, not only for the volcanic phenomena but also for the different kinds of vegetation visible during the ascent.

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This volcano has more than 400 craters, split all over the Catania county. The first stop of the tour is Valle del Bove, a wide valley located on the eastern slope of the volcano. Valle del Bove is part of the protected area of the Etna Regional Park. Proceeding, you will go through old lava flows that date back to 1979 until you reach Mount Fontana, 1300meters above the sea level. This is a great panoramic point, from which you can admire the majesty of the valley and of the Monti Sartorius. Afterwards, a short walk will lead you to the craters of the Sartorius Mountains, which date back to 1865 and are characterized by seven little eruptive cones. Halfway down from the top, you will reach another panoramic point which offers a breathtaking view of the Ionian Coast, from Riposto to Taormina and a glimpse of the Calabrian Coast, of the North-East crater and of the latest new lava flows and craters of 2002. Driving up the Mareneve Road, you will reach Piano Provenzana. Then drive to Cottanera Winery and visit its pioneer viticulture. It is today one of the most extraordinary companies in Italian and international enology. The vineyards grow over lava stone, 700 meters above sea level on the northern slope of the volcano. It showcases the particularities of a unique and precious territory. Experience a one of a kind wine tasting with lunch included

Later you will walk through the pine forest of Ragabo and reach the Corruccio cave. Return to Hotel.



  • Explore the largest active volcano in Europe in a Jeep
  • Enjoy scenic views
  • Discover one of the leading wineries of Italy based on lava stone
  • Taste the spectacular wines of the winery
  • Lunch served paired with these wines
  • Explore a Pine forest nearby as delve into the depths of the Corruccio cave

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