Reaching the top of a volcano is definitely a unique experience. You can walk on different heights and through fragrant forests of caper flowers and brooms; You can walk among the white expanses of pumice and the black beauty of the obsidian while admiring small lapilli coming from the craters; you will also find lapilli among the vineyards that will give life to the Malvasia; You will walk through oleanders, myrtles, heathers and olive trees. But this can and will happen only in Sicily, in one of the most beautiful and unique archipelagos worldwide.
The Aeolian archipelago consists of seven islands (all of volcanic origin), many cliffs, islets and rocks, all spread in a blue sea: each of these islands – Lipari, Salina, Vulcano, Stromboli, Filicudi, Alicudi and Panarea – is a paradise with an exceptional variety of beauties; we recommend visiting the islands on foot, walking along the steep climbs that from the light blue sea level reach about two thousand meters of height. From such height, you will definitely enjoy an exceptional view and you could also try to distinguish the shapes of the islands that from distance resemble prehistoric animals sleeping on water.