The sail boat holiday to the Eolie islands starts at Capo d’Orlando towards these lands of fire and sea: a perfect holiday for those who love adventure together with the discovery of the least contaminated archipelago of the entire Mediterranean, UNESCO world heritage site.
Knotted and reddish lava formations embellish much of this coastline, chiseling out the islands often making them rise from the sea bed. A unique scenario which has hypnotized travelers throughout time.
Holidaying at the Eolie islands truly has everyone’s consensus: Tourists who love the ecology will find a area in which to regain their faith in the world, couples will be able submerge themselves in to a romantic and unforgettable holiday, and not least, families with children who, far away from the city, will finally be able to enjoy an uncontaminated nature among these pearls of the Mediterranean.
It is still possible to be surprised by the simplest things on the island of Alcudi and to rediscover its bare essentials. You can admire the cultivated terraces, the colourful fishing boats of fishermen who never fail to deliver the freshest fish. Alicudi is like a fascinating and sensual woman damned by her own raw and rugged beauty. A wild and rugged island whose beauty was created by the ancient and violent explosions of the volcanic eruptions.
Filicudi is the perfect location for lovers of culture and natural beauty. The uncontaminated flora and fauna and beautiful beaches of Capo Graziano are an ideal setting for a sensational holiday, from the views to the fragrances, not least, for your taste buds which will be delighted by the typical and very local Filicudi style Mediterranean dishes.
The largest island on the Eolian archipelago, it has a large percentage of services and businesses, for this reason it is considered most suitable for ‘citizens’. Lipari is not only appreciated as a tourist destination because of the fascinating landscape, it is also considered a pearl of culture and art: Lipari is the epicenter of the history of the Eolian islands.
The small island of Basiluzzo emerges from the sea just a short two miles from Panarea. It is one of the youngest craters in the underwater volcanic formation, and is completely uninhabited.
From 1991 Basiluzzo has been a natural reserve which, if visited in absolute silence allows you to immerse yourself in a unique atmosphere in which volcanic rock formations join with rosemary plants, dwarf palms, capers and lemons.
Circumnavigating this island on board our catamaran, you will experience unique emotions accompanied by unforgettable swims close to shore.
Salina is the ‘garden’ of the Eolie islands, far from bright city lights, it escapes the rhythms of modern day life, a very welcoming green oasis which enchants you with its luxurious nature and for the closely guarded traditions of its islanders.
This is the black pearl which has always attracted lovers of uncontaminated nature and complete relax. “Iddu”, an incredible volcano overlooking the sea, boiling and bubbling in spectacular fashion building to the height of its show during the dark hours of the night with bright lava explosions thrown high into a star studded sky.
The small island of Panarea is the ideal location to fully enjoy the beauty of the coastline which presents itself rich with inlets and enticing views. The beaches are all located on the eastern and southern sides of the island, the remainder of the islands coastline is so steep it is almost completely inaccessible. The other beaches can be found close by on the islands of Basiluzzo and Lisca Bianca easily reachable with our catamaran.
A perfect picture of sea and sky, the colours of which combine perfectly with those of the other six islands, also visible is the mighty volcano of Stromboli which seems to send smoke signals to its visitors who admire it from the opposite hilltop. The natural heat, due to the presence of the sulfuric waters and the god Apollo who kisses and commands the beloved south, makes Vulcano famous for its thermal baths and beaches of black sand.
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