Eruption of Etna Summer 2024

Spectacular Lava Overflow in the Bocca Nuova – 2024

The new eruption of Etna, always active volcano, that never ceases to amaze with its incredible shows.

Recently, the main crater has been extremely active, showing a remarkable level of volcanic activity. Observers have witnessed numerous eruptions and a lengthy flow of lava cascading into the Bocca Nuova crater.

Scientists from the Etneo Observatory in Catania, part of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), are closely monitoring this fascinating event. They carefully observe all the details of the eruptions of Etna.

Eruption of 30.06.2024

Eruption summer 2024: lava flows from one crater to another, creating a unique spectacle.

Experts have been keeping a close watch on this activity since June 30, 2024, highlighting how important it is.

Etna keeps showing it’s a fantastic natural lab for studying how volcanoes work.


Recent events, like lava overflow and Strombolian activity at Voragine crater, add to the volcano’s long history of eruptions.

Experts from the Etneo Observatory will closely watch the situation and provide frequent updates on this incredible volcanic activity.

“Update” on Mount Etna eruption after the July 15 Paroxysm

After the recent eruption on July 15th, Mount Etna continues to show signs of significant activity.

Aitne guides conducted an inspection of the summit craters to assess the impact of the event. Currently, two small, weakly fed lava overflows have been identified on the western slope, which have cut off the road at an altitude of 3000 meters.

This development serves as evidence of ongoing volcanic activity and underscores the importance of continuous vigilance in managing public safety and monitoring volcano activities.

Stay tuned for further developments on this evolving situation.


Here are some images from our Sunset tour during this spectacular volcanic event.

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