Close to each other, and each one being formed from volcanoes, the Aeolian Islands are an ideal destination for lovers of the sea and sailing.  Legend has it that in this archipelago Aeolus, the king of the winds, chose to stay and even today still blows on the warm waters surrounding the “Seven Sisters”: Vulcano, Lipari, Stromboli, Salina, Panarea, Alicudi and Filicudi.

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Each island is unique and worth visiting and with a look from the sea to discover the precious remains of ancient civilizations that have inhabited, or observe from a distance the spectacle of the lava phenomena known as the “Sciara del Fuoco” in Stromboli.

The sea that surrounds them, ideal for a boating holiday, is among the most fascinating of the Mediterranean: there are various underwater routes that let the passionate visit maritime archaeological remains like the precious roman villa that is also visible from the surface at Panarea, o the relics from the roman era at Filicudi.

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Don’t forget that once again, that within the Aeolian Islands, Lipari Acquacalda, Canneto, Vulcano Spiagge Termali, Vulcano Spiaggia Gelso can fly the Blue Flag, the international recognition that gets awarded each year from the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) for the quality of the swimming water and sustainable tourism, the care of the management of the rubbish and the natural value of the area.  There are numerous berths available. Book your berth now

 

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