With its three towns, Santa Marina, Malfa and Leni, it is the second largest Aeolian island, with little more than 2,300 inhabitants. Olive groves, caper bushes, lush, fig and citrus trees. Here’s Salina, an island that can make your eyes and taste buds burst from the rapture with the sweetest and most savory delicacies of nature..
Sips of Malvasia, the DOC sweet wine typical of these islands, enhance the pleasures of good food, often improved by the taste of delicious capers that grow wild on the island.
Stone streets, pebble beaches and the two 13,000 year old dormant volcanoes.
For some people it’s love at first sight! You’ll want to take a picture of every corner of this fascinating island with its volcanic cliffs near the sea.