This one is simple; I was searching for the closest lighthouse to the volcano Mount Etna on the island of Sicily. While there are a couple of lighthouses in the coastal port city of Catania, the Capo Mulini lighthouse is up the coast just a bit, and thus closer to the volcano.
Here's what we can learn about it, gathered from the Lighthouse Directory:
"1868. Active; focal plane 42 m (138 ft); three white flashes every 15 s. 20 m (66 ft) lantern mounted atop a square masonry building. Lighthouse painted white; the lantern is gray metallic."Not much other history, except to say that the present lantern was installed in 1919.
The pictures are below. I couldn't find one where Etna is visible too.