Fucina di Vulcano – resort hotel renewed in 2015 – is located on the north west side of Mongibello, in Bronte, known as the town of pistachio.

The name “Fucina di Vulcano” comes from Greek mythology. What in the myth was a laboratory where the Cyclops Bronte forged steel, today becomes the place where guests can enjoy not only a warm welcome made by smiles and genuine hospitality, but also a unique journey made of taste and flavours. This is possible thanks to the bravery, soul and determination of the owner, Irene Foti, and her staff.


A comfortable, unconventional and contemporary atmosphere that consists in nine rooms, a charming restaurant with panoramic glass windows which offers an astonishing view of the Mount Etna, a large reception hall and a wide garden with water features.