Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov
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Arrival in Catania. Explanation and tour presentation. Possibility of visiting the urban center in the evening.
*Accommodation: Antiche Volte. Breakfast included.
On our way to Milazzo, we stop in Taormina, a natural balcony from where we can see the impressive second most active volcano in Europe, Etna. From the Greek theater of Taormina you have one of the best picture-postcard views of the volcano. The boat trip from Milazzo to Stromboli lasts three hours, as we move to the most distant island of the Eolias. After settling in the hotel we will meet in the afternoon with local guides who will accompany us to the top of the volcano.Option 2: We can go straight in the morning to Milazzo to catch the ferry (3-hour trip), then walking around the island of Stromboli and night climb to the volcano accompanied by local guides.
Night climb to the Stromboli Volcano. Distance: 8 km. – Ascent/ Descent: 870 mts. The regular eruptions of this volcano are a unique sight to contemplate at night, a memory for a lifetime. We will climb more than 870 m at a slow and constant pace, led by authorized guides. This effort is accessible to anyone in regular physical shape. The descent is comfortable, since we descend by slopes of volcanic sand.
* Accommodation: Casa del Sole. Breakfast included.
Today we will visit Cefalú, one of the most beautiful villages in Sicily. Ferry Stromboli to Milazzo. Cefalú is a beautiful town on the north coast of Sicily, full of history and charm, of medieval streets that come alive. The Duomo, without a doubt, is one of the cultural highlights that make this town one of the greatest tourist attractions in the region. We will climb to the Rocca mountain, to enjoy from there a unique perspective of the town and the Tyrrhenian Sea.
*Extra Activities: YOGA in a natural environment. We have the opportunity to make a break, and recover some strength for the Etna ascent on the next day.
The Temple of Diana in Cefalù. Distance: 2.5 km. Ascent/Descent 200 m. At the top of the Rocca is the Temple of Diana, a megalithic construction dating from the ninth century BC, the only pre-classical monument in all of Sicily. It was associated with the cult of Diana, goddess of the moon and water.
* Accommodation: B & B Scirocco.
Morning transfer to the Sapienza Refuge, located at 1920 meters, from where you can access the Etna. Ascent to Etna, the second most active volcano in Europe and one of the highest. Transfer to Catania in the afternoon and end of the trip.
Etna Ascent. Distance: 10 km. Ascent/Descent 400 m. Ascent with the Funivia until the beginning of the route. It is possible, depending on the physical and mental conditions of the group, to descend also by the funivia.
* Accommodation: Antiche Volte. Breakfast included.
We'll arrange the group's reserves to ensure the spots. Once we get to the accommodation, you just have to do the admission.
A minimum experience in the mountains is required. Must be able to walk 3 hours during the hikes.
2 THERMAL LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS
2 SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS
1 POLAR LINER / LIGHT PEN
HAT / FINE GLOVES / BUFF
2 PAIRS OF SOCKS + UNDERWEAR
BACKPACK 32 /40L.
(advisable of 2 sections)
BOTTLE OF WATER
FRONT + RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
PLASTIC / BIODEGRADABLE BAGS
deodorant, gel &
(in case of rain)
LIGHT PACKAGE - WET TUMBLERS
(ID, European Health Card)
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