The island of Stromboli-from the greek stroggyli (round) - is part of the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The island has an ancient history for which it is well known. Its volcano is still active. Powerful and mysterious, but also threatening, active lava flow has always fascinated the tourists and the few residents who consider the volcano with great devotion, as they would a God. Climbing, you can feel the booms from the volcano becoming more and more threatening, while the surrounding cliffs become increasingly steep. Arriving in a surreal atmosphere of worship, you reach the volcano with its threatening overflowing magma and incandescent spray. The spectacle is visible from the sea. There are long drop-offs from which you can observe "Sciara", the descent of burning red lava that upon contact with water becomes a vapor and dense fog. Stromboli embodies the power of nature.