Climb A Vol­cano In Italy

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En­joy na­ture’s own dra­matic fire­works dis­play when you catch your first glimpse of Stromboli, one of three ac­tive vol­ca­noes in Italy. On a small is­land just north of Si­cily, it’ll take about three hours to make your way to the top but the re­wards will be worth it. With tours run­ning all day un­til about 11.30pm, it’s worth book­ing a trip in the evening so you can time your visit to the sum­mit to not only take in the spec­tac­u­lar Si­cil­ian sunset, but also the spec­tac­u­lar lava ex­plo­sions which il­lu­mi­nate the night sky. Tours can booked when you ar­rive or visit www.ex­o­ to find out more about their Si­cil­ian Vol­ca­noes walk­ing hol­i­day – prices start at £1169 in­clud­ing flights. Find out more about Italy’s Ae­o­lian Is­lands at www.lone­ly­­cily/ae­o­lian-is­lands.

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