Once you have visited them all, you’ll understand why the Aeolian Islands are in the Unesco World Heritage list.  The seven islands, each with its own strong identity but all having the same volcanic origin, , are located off the northern coast of Sicily. They will leave you speechless. Let’s learn their names: Alicudi   Filicudi   Lipari  Salina   Vulcano   Panarea   Stromboli

Isola di Salina - Ph I. Mannarano

Salina island – Ph I. Mannarano

In addition,  5 small islands contribute to form the Aeolian archipelago: Basiluzzo, Dattilo, Lisca Nera, Bottaro and Lisca Bianca, near Panarea.

You will feel like you are in a world lost in time where, in an intimate conversation with nature, the volcanic earth and its ancient history, you will discover beaches, bays, caves, creeks, cliffs and the incomparable variety and richness of its seabed.

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