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What is there to do in Isole eolie?

What is there to do in Isole eolie?

Look at 10 things to do in the Aeolian Islands:

  • 1 – Looking from the highest peak of Vulcano all Eolie Islands line up.
  • 2 – Tasting Malvasia wine.
  • 4 – Going snorkeling among the fumaroles.
  • 5 – Taking a night hike in Stromboli.
  • 6 – Tasting a mulberry granita with cream.
  • 7 – Riding a donkey.
  • 8 – Bathing into the sulfurous water.

How do I get to ISOL eolie?

To reach the Aeolian Islands, you can fly to Catania, Naples, Palermo or Reggio Calabria airports; by sea, you can travel via hydrofoil from the ports of Naples, Messina, Milazzo, Palermo and Reggio Calabria and by ferry from the ports of Naples and Milazzo. About.

Is Stromboli worth seeing?

Stromboli: Don’t blow your top! It’s a truly mesmerizing sight, especially when enjoyed from the outdoor deck of a night boat — it’s easy to find one in the little port of Ginostra. The volcano is actually 8,000 feet tall, while only about 3,000 feet are above sea level.

Can you take a car to the Aeolian Islands?

Note that cars are only permitted on Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, and Filicudi. During the peak months of July and August, non-residents can bring a car to the islands only if they’ve reserved accommodations for 7 nights or longer.

Where is Salina in Italy?

Salina (Italian pronunciation: [saˈliːna]) is one of the Aeolian Islands north of Sicily, southern Italy. It is the second largest island in the archipelago. Salina is divided between three comuni: Santa Marina on the eastern coast, Malfa to the north, and Leni to the south-west.

Can you climb Stromboli?

It’s a steep climb so you need to be reasonably fit, but it wasn’t as difficult as we thought it would be. There are breaks every 30 minutes on the way up and at least 45 minutes rest at the crater. The Stromboli trek is not suitable for people with asthma, a heart condition, or vertigo.