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itineraire8 days in the Aeolian Islands from Milazzo


Day 1 : Milazzo

After arriving at Catania-Fontanarossa Airport (CTA) or Palermo Airport (PMO), join the Milazzo base & reach your boat. Located in a narrow peninsula, Milazzo is dominated by an old castle and is the main port of departure to the Aeolian Islands.

Day 2 : Milazzo - Vulcano

Join Vulcano and discover this island of 20km2 housing a volcano still active, which rises to 500 meters above sea level. The climb is fast and accessible; instead, opt for a departure early in the morning or at the end of the day. At the top, admire a breathtaking view! In the evening, moor at Porto Ponente, a protected cove from winds and taste the local specialties in one of the many restaurants.

Day 3 : Vulcano - Lipari

In Lipari, visit one of the largest islands of the Aeolian Islands inhabited by more than 16,000 inhabitants, its city and its acropolis, witnesses of more than 5,000 years of history. Island of volcanic nature, observe white stretches of pumice stone and dark castings, results of the last eruptions of Monte Sant'Angelo, called Campo Bianco.

Jour 4 : Lipari - Salina

Anchor to Salina, the second largest island of the archipelago. Formed by six ancient volcanoes, including the Monte Fossa which rises to almost 1,000 meters above sea level, Salina promises you breathtaking views. Visit the island, hike the volcanoes and then return to the boat for a swim at the foot of this majestic postcard scenery..

Day 5 : Salina - Panarea

Sail to Panarea, a small island of 3km2 very popular with Italian high society and affluent tourists and immerse yourself in history by visiting the archaeological museum. In the heart of the city, you will also have the privilege of discovering ancient relics and beautiful alleyways and white houses reminiscent of the Cyclades. In the evening, sample the half-cooked tuna and swordfish tartar (a delight!) And then wet in Punta Milazzese.

Day 6 : Panarea - Stromboli

In the heart of the Tyrrhenian basin, discover Stromboli, a small typical Mediterranean island with its landscapes of vineyards, olive groves and fig trees. If you have the courage, climb the mountain to marvel at its explosions of lava, a magical and unforgettable moment. If not, admire them from your boat, preferably after dark.

Days 7 & 8 : Stromboli - Milazzo

In Milazzo, visit the Castello de Frederic II, walk along the "Citta Spagnola", admire the squares and their magnificent fountains and statues, then enjoy the sumptuous sunset over the harbor. The next day, return to the marina after a local breakfast, then return to the airport or continue your journey.