Aeolian Islands

Alicudi

Alicudi

This is the  western-most of the inhabited Aeolian islands and lies about 67 miles from Milazzo. This 5.2 sq km island, is actually an extinct...

Filicudi

Filicudi

In the ancient times known as 'Phoenicusa': "rich in ferns", a large part of the island is still covered with this vegetation. Measuring...

Lipari

Lipari

Lipari, the largest of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the north coast of Sicily, and the name of the island's main town. Its...

Stromboli

Stromboli

Stromboli, for the ancient Strongyle (round) The most north-eastern of the Aeolian islands, it is also the most famous due to its volcanic activity;...

Salina

Salina

In ancient times the Greeks called this island Didyme (twin) due to the two volcanic peaks that landmark the island, Fossa delle Felci and Monti...

Panarea

Panarea

Panarea is the smallest island of arcipelago, it is surrounded by small satellite islands such as Basiluzzo, Lisca Bianca and le Formiche.A peaceful...

Vulcano

Vulcano

Vulcano is the most southern of all islands of the archipelago and has an extension of 21 sqKm. Its name derives from the overlooking 90.000...


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