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Eolie tutto l'anno!

Eolie tutto l'anno!

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From October our ferries take you to Aeolian Islands, where you can enjoy them from a different point of view, unusual, but above all unique.

It does not matter whether you travel by car or by motorcycle, alone or with your family. Our bespoke offer ensures you a full immersion in culture, warmth, smells, tastes of the places of the myth: Lipari, Salina and Vulcano.

Here our offers:

  • Milazzo - Vulcano or Milazzo - Lipari round trip for maximum 5 passengers with car 130,00 €
  • Milazzo - Salina round trip for maximum 5 passengers with car 150,00 €
  • Milazzo - Vulcano or Milazzo - Lipari round trip for maximum 2 passengers with motorcycle 50,00 €
  • Milazzo - Salina round trip for maximum 2 passengers with motorcycle 60,00 €

(Prices do not include tourist tax)

Take the opportunity, call our Help Desk at the number +39.090.5737 and book!

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Limitations

To enjoy the promotion clients must prove to have reserved an accommodation on the Aeolian Islands (Hotel, Residence, B&B) that will be checked by the Area Pax after clients have sent it.
For the promotion you can only book a round trip.
Promotion tickets cannot be cancelled nor modified, not even partly.
This offer doesn't add up to other discounts.

Salina

Discover the charm of the Aeolian Islands

The Aeolian Islands, seven islands north of the Sicilian coast have been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

A place that offers countless chances to find out a 7,000 years old human history that has scattered its traces everywhere. The extraordinary views, the great number of different plants and animals and the stunning shores make the archipelago one of the most popular tourist honeypots, to enjoy all year round.

Go and discover Aeolian Islands, follow the itineraries and go sightseeing.

Lipari

Lipari

A charming island and town with a castle and stunning views.  There is a lot to tell about Lipari, the biggest and most populated of the Aeolian Islands, besides the legendary sea of the archipelago. Something that makes the island an amazing and charming place to visit off season.

What to see in Lipari

Lipari is the only Aeolian Island that has a sizeable town that has developed around its castle. The castle, that is a legacy of a bygone era and of a rich and colourful history, overlooks the town and is the seat of the Museo Eoliano dedicated to the great archaeologist Luigi Bernabò Brea. More than 40 rooms with archaeological finds of extraordinary value. The citadel walls are not the only monument you should visit.

The beautiful Cattedrale di San Bartolomeo, promised as votive offering in 1804 and probably built in 12th century and then modified until 1861. The Ecomuseo della Memoria is open in summer and from October to June it opens on request; here you can discover the history of San Calogero’s hot spring and of the pumice mines.

Lipari

It is an ideal place for trekking: you can choose various excursion in the nature such as the itinerary to the caves of Caolino-Terme di San Calogero or the excursion to Mount Pilato that follows the old Rocche Rosse flow and that offers a unique view.

An island to taste: what to eat

Besides its history and monuments you can also discover the taste of Lipari.  Typical desserts of the island are a must: such as “nacatole” and “spicchitedda”.  The former have a shell made with flour, lard, eggs and sugar with an almond, sugar, clementine juice and spices filling. Nevertheless, the main feature of this dessert is the shape: the outer shell is decorated using small blades so that they look like beautiful pieces of embroidery.

The spicchitedda are made at Christmas time. The desserts have a brown colour obtained with cooked must, usually called cooked wine, and are highly spiced. They are made with flour, sugar, cooked wine, lard and spiced with clove, orange or clementine zest and cinnamon. Delicacies that are a must of the Christmas table, when Lipari becomes some kinfd of big living nativity scene with shining markets, streets and alleys. Lastly, the famous Sea Nativity Scene that you can always see in the church of the Anime del Purgatorio.

Salina

Salina

Discover Salina during non-summer months to find out a place made of colours, smells and tastes. A view as charming as the one you can enjoy in summer but without the crowd. And an all-over green.

The second biggest of the Aeolian Islands offers the off-season visitors a great number of attractions.

What to see and what to do in Salina

Nature with the two peaks: Mount Fossa delle Felci (the highest mountain of the archipelago) and Mount dei Porri and between them the lovely Valdichiesa. These are nature reserves with Mediterranean plants and woods you can discover walking along clear paths, a place ideal for trekking lovers. The scent of flowers leads you along the way.

Salina

The various landscape offers beautiful views of  Panarea and Stromboli, of Filicudi and Alicudi, of Vulcano and Lipari.

This is the greenest of the Aeolian Islands rich in bougainvillea, oleander and broom. An of course caper bushes and grape vine.

A relaxing walk in the little town of Santa Marina  can be the prelude to a visit to the famous beach of Pollara. This was the set of the film Il Postino,  here Massimo Troisi delivered post to Philippe Noiret-Pablo Neruda.

You can also experience and taste Malfa, with its shops, its little houses and its Aeolian tastes between capers and Malvasia. Here you can admire the cuisine of the young Michelin star chef Martina Caruso, of the Signum.

Vulcano

Vulcano

An off-season trip to the Aeolian Islands? You cannot miss Vulcano, one of the most charming pearls of the archipelago, of the seven sisters it is the closest to Sicily.

What to see in Vulcano

If you love to walk in the nature, this island offers you extraordinary beautiful views all year round. Such as the the one of La Fossa crater, where the last eruption of the history of the island took place. The visit offers an unforgettable view of the archipelago. This is a trip the allows you to listen to the oldest voice of the Aeolian Islands, the authentic and wild one. Discover the signs left by a lost rural culture and the special biodiversity of the islands.

Vulcano

With your backpack in spring and in fall you can admire this views of the wild nature, black sand and craters, loose your eye in the yellow of the broom, dive into the inner part of the island, the Piano, a bucolic world completely different from the coast. Moreover, you can also try the tastes of the island: granita, ricotta cheese and caponata.

Also Vulcano, as well as other islands of the archipelago was a film set, such as the homonymous film with Anna Magnani, who shot it after the breakup with Roberto Rossellini while he was shooting “Stromboli” with his new partner Ingrid Bergman. An old passion triangle remembered by Marcello Sorgi in the book “Le amanti del Vulcano” (The Volcano Lovers).