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Vulcano, Panarea and Stromboli (from Lipari)

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Duration

13 hours

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Daily Tour

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Overview

09:30 am departure from the port of Lipari Marina Corta to reach the island of Vulcano.
You will skirt the island, having the opportunity to admire Vulcanello, the faraglioni, the Grotta degli Angeli and the Grotta del Cavallo. It will stop on the island of Vulcano for about two hours to allow autonomous exploration of the island.
In the early afternoon we will leave to reach Panarea. During navigation it will be possible to admire the bay of Calajunco above which the prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese and Cala Zimmari are located.
Once in Panarea, it will be possible to stop for about two hours for an independent visit of the island.
In the afternoon, Panarea will leave for Stromboli.
During the transfer, you can admire the picturesque village of Ginostra, isolated from the rest of the island of Stromboli and reachable only by sea.
Arrival at the port of Stromboli and stop on the island for about two hours for an independent visit.
At sunset, we will return with the boat under the Sciara del Fuoco, to be able to watch the evocative spectacle of the eruptions that this volcano in constant activity gives us from the sea.
The return to the port of Lipari Marina Corta is expected at about 10.30 pm.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Thermal pool of Vulcano
  • Bay of the Black Sands
  • Capo Milazzese village
  • Cala Junco
  • Strombolicchio
  • Sciara del Fuoco

Itinerary

Programme complet

09.30 am departure from the port of Lipari Marina Corta for the tour by sea of ​​the island of Vulcano (show up for boarding at least 30 minutes before departure).
The tour of the island will begin along Vulcanello, a small promontory connected to the island of Vulcano via an isthmus following a 16th century eruption. Vulcanello offers an excellent panoramic point over the entire Aeolian archipelago, but its real peculiarity lies in the "Valley of the Monsters", characterized by the presence of "particular figures" created by lava.
Vulcano is the island of the archipelago closest to Sicily and is famous for the manifestations of volcanic nature that characterize it, such as mud and underwater fumaroles, known all over the world for the health benefits of the skin and the treatment of rheumatism .
Subsequently, the navigation will proceed towards the Faraglioni, the Grotta degli Angeli and the Grotta del Cavallo. You can also admire the bay of the Black Sands, a beach of very black volcanic sand, the most renowned on the island and the Gran Cratere della Fossa.
Later, you can admire the Pool of Venus, a magical place surrounded by the legend according to which the goddess Venus dived into these waters to find lost virginity.
The navigation will continue towards Gelso, a small, sparsely populated village characterized by unspoiled nature.
A two-hour stop will be made on the island of Vulcano to allow for an independent visit.
During the stay on the island, we recommend a visit to the Thermal Pool of Vulcano, where it is possible to make a real "wellness treatment" with the clay mud that every year attracts tourists from all over the world and to the Baia delle Acque Calde, in front of the mud, constitutes a "natural hydromassage" to try absolutely.
For swimming, we recommend the Baia delle Sabbie Nere, a characteristic beach formed by volcanic sands, with shallow waters and clear waters.
Subsequently, we will leave for Panarea and, while sailing, it will be possible to admire the bay of Calajunco above which is the prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese and Cala Zimmari.
The panoramic tour will continue between the islets, until you get to the port of Panarea, where you can stop for about two hours.
Panarea is the smallest island of the Aeolian Islands and, with the islets of Basiluzzo, Spinazzola, Lisca Bianca, Dattilo, Bottaro, Lisca, the rocks of Panarelli and Formiche, they form a micro archipelago located between Lipari and Stromboli.
In Panarea there are few beaches within walking distance, including one of the few sandy beaches of all the Aeolian islands, the Spiaggetta di Zimmari. A stop will be made on the island.
We recommend a visit to the prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese, dating back to 1400 BC, reachable on foot in about 45 minutes, or with the typical electric taxis of Panarea and the church of San Pietro, the main religious building on the island.
In the afternoon, Panarea will leave for Stromboli.
During the transfer, you can admire the picturesque village of Ginostra, isolated from the rest of the island of Stromboli and reachable only by sea.
We will then continue towards the Sciara del fuoco and Strombolicchio, an islet on which a navigation lighthouse was installed.
Arrival at the port of Stromboli and stop on the island for about two hours for an independent visit.
Here you can visit the church of San Bartolomeo, structure built in 1801; on the facade there is a statue depicting the Saint who came from the east and Piazza San Vincenzo, which took its name from the church of the same name. Looking out from the square, you can see the panoramic view of the port and beach of Scari with the Strombolicchio, the oldest volcano in the Aeolian.
At sunset, we will return with the boat under the Sciara del Fuoco, to be able to watch the evocative spectacle of the eruptions that this volcano in constant activity gives us from the sea.
The return to the Port of Marina Corta is expected at about 10.30 pm.

* The itinerary is subject to change.

SERVICES ON REQUEST FOR FEE:
- Hotel / Bed and Breakfast in Milazzo / Lipari
- Lunch in a typical Aeolian restaurant

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  • Excursión de un día para visitar Vulcano, Panarea y Stromboli saliendo desde Lipari
  • Lunch and / or dinner
  • Everything that does not appear under the item INCLUDED

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