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Mt Etna’s winter place 3: Randazzo

To reach Randazzo from Catania you need to go around Mount Etna and wander through expanses of vineyards and ancient lava flows that dot a (semi) flat area. Located on the northern flank of the volcano, this ancient medieval city is a point of reference for the most beautiful winter excursions. On this side of […]

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Mount Etna’s caves you can explore with children

Exploring Mount Etna with children may seem like a difficult and stressful undertaking at first. But if you exploit the children’s natural passion for nature and adventure everything becomes simpler… and the experience can be summed up in one word: caves! Etna is a volcano, and therefore its territory consists in centuries-old eruptions that left […]

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Five reasons to visit… Trecastagni

Among the most fascinating Etna destinations there is certainly the town of Trecastagni. Located on the south-eastern side of the volcano, along a trail of ancient extinct cones that rise towards the top of Mount Etna, Trecastagni is a lovely center where art meets religiosity and nature blends with architecture. There are many reasons to […]

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