Nicolosi

Nicolosi is a small town, a quaint village located on the southern side of Etna, in a wooded area full of chestnut, beech and birch. And ‘park and nature reserve. The country, whose origin probably dates to the thirteenth century, derives its name from a Benedictine monk S. Nicholas. Abandoned several times because of the frequent eruptions and earthquakes in its history remembers the tragic eruption of 1669 during which a river of lava, destroying everything, came to the sea. The main monuments of Nicolosi: The parent church of Baroque style, the church of S. Joseph, the church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the church of S Francesco. Nicolosi is easily reached from the Bed & Breakfast in just 30 minutes by car or shuttle bus for the tour will tour Etna.