- Active vulcano (Stromboli)
- Sciara del fuoco (where the lava comes down)
- Black beaches, possibility to swim
- Mud baths on Vulcano
Unique beauty, fascinating geophysical characteristics (two of the islands are active volcanoes!), a wealth of history, great beaches, stunning views, and mouthwatering cuisine … Despite all this, the Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie) remain fairly unknown out of Italy and surprisingly unspoiled outside the peak weeks of August. There are seven inhabited islands in this volcanic archipelago, each offering its own distinct atmosphere, sense of hospitality and charm.
Departure from Tropea at 7.45H
Board a motorboat for a pleasure cruise to the picturesque Aeolian islands.
Vulcano: Vulcano is the natural spa island, with bubbling mud pits and fizzy warm waters where you have time to relax and swim.
Lipari is the biggest and most popular of the Aeolian Islands. Historically, it has been the most important island over the centuries, since Neolithic times. The ‘must’ of the island is the “Museo Eoliano”, an impressive archaeological museum. It is housed in the buildings around the Castle, in the upper town of Lipari, still surrounded by old city walls.
Dramatic Stromboli, known as the lighthouse of the Mediterranean, due to its perpetual activity, maybe the most famous and spectacular of the Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie)
Return to Tropea 19.00H
|€ 45||€ 25-30||1 May - 31 October|
- Suitable for all ages
- Departures from Calabria: Porto of Tropea, Capo Vaticano, Vibo Marina (transport hotel - harbour on request)
- Meeting at the Port 30 mins before the departure time
- € 2,50 (April, May, October)
- € 5,- (June - September)