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Aeolian Islands

The seven pearls of the Aeolian archipelago, are a synthesis of beauty, unspoiled nature and authentic taste. The Aeolian Islands, a place where myth and history are intertwined, are declared World Heritage by UNESCO. The Aeolian Islands satisfy the tastes of every traveler, as they offer the opportunity both to spend a holiday in total relaxation, both to live and look for new adventures in the background of a wild and unspoiled nature.

Vulcano

In Greek mythology the island was placed the forge of Hephaestus, god of fire and blacksmith. But ...

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Salina

The island  is divided into three municipalities: Santa Marina Salina, Malfa and Leni, The ...

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Panarea

Panarea, the smallest island of the Aeolian Islands. The maximum altitude is 421 meters with a ...

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Stromboli

Stromboli (in Sicilian dialect "Struògnuli", from the greek ...

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Filicudi

Filicudi, formerly known as Phoenicusa, meaning rich in ferns, covers about half of the territory ...

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Alicudi

The ancient Ericusa, is dominated by Monte Filo dell’Arpa, has an almost circular shape with ...

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