Aeolian Islands

The seven sisters, daughters of fire, take their name from the ancient Greeks, who believed that Aeolus, the ruler of the winds, lived here.

Vulcano is characterized by an acrid smell of sulphur, for the active volcano: it has stunning black sandy beaches and hot waters, owing to submarine hot springs .

Lipari is famous for the white pumice stone beach, for its landscapes and for its refined tourism.

Salina, referred to as the double island for its two volcanoes, derives its name from its salt lake and is the ideal place for all those couples looking for a direct contact with nature.

The charming Panarea is the smallest of the Aeolian Islands, but it is the most lively owing to its fashionable places full of young people.

The “hot” Stromboli is dominated by the perennially active volcano and has a sober and disturbing beauty.

Filicudi and Alicudi Filicudi and Alicudi are a magnificent natural spectacle, with their marvellous colours of prickly pears, capers and red and purple bougainvillea in bloom.