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Find out the promotion

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 090.5737 and book!

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.
You can book one of our promotions only by calling the number 090.5737.
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.

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 is the largest of the Aeolian Islands and has the greatest number of inhabitants. It is the only island of the archipelago with a sizeable town that has developed around its castle.

Lipari Castle

It is the heart of the old town. This natural fortress was one of the first human settlements on the island from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age, then became a Greek acropolis and centre of the Roman city. In the castle a great number of archaeological find has been discovered and now they are kept in the Museo Eoliano, one of the most important museums of the Mediterranean area.

The Cittadella and the churches of Santa Caterina and of the Addolorata

From the south side of Piazza Mazzini you can enter the Cittadella. Here you find the oldest door of the island and can admire a Norman tower held by ogival arches, then: the church of Santa Caterina, closed for worship; the apse of the 16th century in the church of the Addolorata, with rich wooden altars, golden baroque stuccos and a painting of the 17th century representing the crucifixion; finally the church of the Immacolata.

San Bartolo's cathedral and the church of the Madonna delle Grazie

Near the Cittadella there is also the church of San Bartolo, patron saint of the Aeolian Islands, wanted by Roger I of Sicily. Of its original style the church still has only the ogival rib vault; the inside and the facade have been built again later. Here there is the silver statue of San Bartolomeo and a paint of the 17th century that represents the Madonna del Rosario. Then in the church of the Madonna delle Grazie, closed for worship, there are valuable frescos by Alessio Cotrone (1708); the bishop's palace, built in 1753, is on right of the cathedral and is a museum now.

Ecomuseo della memoria di Lipari

It enhances the importance of the history of Aeolian people since the old time of San Calogero’s hot spring and the pumice mines. The history of the hot spring dates back to the second millennium b.C., while the mines are even older, they date back to

the Neolithic (fifth millennium b.C.). Photo exhibition and work envinronment reconstructions with tools of the time take the visitor into a black and white past to discover Aeolian identity.

Salina

Salina has been called Didyme (twins) by Greeks, a name due to the shape of the two inactive volcanoes that are visible as you arrive to the island.

An ideal place for walking and trekking, its high slopes leading to Fossa delle Felci are covered in poplars, chestnuts and the typical Mediterranean plants such as broom, myrtle and strawberry trees. At lower altitudes there are caper bushes, Indian figs, orchards, olive groves and vineyards.

Salina Archaeological and Ethno-Anthropological Museum

Here you can see relics of the old Roman hot springs. It is made of two buildings and it contains finds of the history of Salina dating back to the Bronze Age. The Ethno-Anthropological Museum has been obtained from a home built during the first half of 19th century. In the rooms of this building has been reproduced a period typical environment.

Sanctuary of the Madonna of the Terzito

A place for devotion and prayer, in the 5th century there was a chapel here, then it became a church in 7th century and finally a sanctuary in 17th century. Legend has it that after the death of a hermit - an oriental monk who had come to the valley to escape the persecution - an image of the Madonna was found in the scrub. The first little church was built where the image was found.

Pollara

A path among mugwort, olive trees and Indian figs goes from the old traffic light to the village of Pollara. It lies at the bottom of the valley that once was one of the most active craters of the island and, for a while, also a lake. In front of the steep cliff that runs along its western border there is Scoglio Faraglione, a small island that is the last place where you can find the Aeolian lizard and some rare sea birds.

Vulcano

The ancient Greek myths tell that in Vulcano there were the Fucine di Efesto (Hephaestus’ Forges), blacksmith and god of fire helped by Cyclopes.

The island is formed by some volcanoes: the biggest is the Vulcano della Fossa, then north there is Vulcanello, linked to the rest of the island by an isthmus.

The island is also famous for the black sand of its shores.

The crater of La Fossa

After the last eruption happened between 1888 and 1890, La Fossa is silent as well as the black shores and the so called “bread crust” bomb splinters, so that the view looks like a lunar landscape. Nevertheless, the gases produced by the magma that come to the surface running up the crater create a wide fumarole field on its edge showing that the life of the volcano is not ended yet.

Vulcano mud baths

Vulcano mud baths are famous for their excellent healing properties. You van bath here to cure skin and bone issues and to heal respiratory problems.