Catania - The city at the foot of Mount Etna
The coastal town of Catania is a popular holiday resort at the foot of the largest and most active volcano in Europe. The second largest city in Sicily after Palermo, offers many attractions such as the Elephant Fountain. It is said that a mysterious ancient elephant said to possess magic powers is now the symbol of a Sicilian city. Also The Cathedral of Sant'Agata which is located just on the Piazza del Duomo. It shines in the most beautiful Sicilian Baroque and contains the tomb of Vincenzo Bellini. The Roman Amphitheatre has a elliptical shape used for events and performances such as gladiator fights and the popular Naumachie.
The Park of Etna
Parco dell'Etna - If you want to experience and enjoy the natural treasures of the Mount Etna very close, you will love the natural parks of this region. Extraordinary cimbination of the volcaninc environment and snowy landscapes will left everyone speechless.
Basilica Cattedrale Sant’Agata
The Cathedral, the mother church of the diocese, derives its name from the chair because it is home of the 'Archbishop chair where he "teaches, celebrates and rules." It is certainly a great artistic monument interest, but first of all it is a "place of prayer", linked to the presence of God in the Eucharistic species.