The Aeolian Islands archipelago consistes in seven islands of volcanic origin. Sailing between these islands is an extraordinary experience that offers spectacular views of volcanic nature, breathtaking beaches and crystal clear waters.
The seven islands are all different from each other, but equally remarkable.
Lipari, the largest of the islands, is a popular tourist destination both by sea and land, with its cobblestone streets, lively open-air markets, and traditional restaurants offering local delicacies.
Salina, with its vineyards, is known to be an oasis of peace and tranquility.
Vulcano, as the name suggests, is characterized by a volcano that, although considered inactive, continues to show signs of volcanic activity such as fumaroles, hot springs and sulfur mud.
Stromboli is the most volcanically active island, and if you're lucky enough to witness one of its eruptions at night, the show is among the most breathtaking in the world.
Panarea is probably the most internationally known island of the Aeolian Islands and is a place frequented by several celebrities. It offers enchanting beaches, high-quality restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Alicudi and Filicudi slightly less touristy than the other islands, with sea cliffs, sea caves and an authentic experience of rural Aeolian life are ideal for those seeking tranquility and the untouched beauty of nature.
With their mix of natural, cultural and culinary attractions, the Aeolian Islands are an extremely interesting destination that requires, however, some sailing experience, as currents and winds can be strong and variable, in addition to the possible difficulty of anchor due to the volcanic origin of these islands, but with the right preparation and equipment, the experience will surely be unforgettable.