A full day cruise on the Aeolian Island from Tropea. Board a modern ship, sail through the Tyrrenian sea and reach Stromboli, Lipari and Vulcano ... More info ›
A full day cruise on the Aeolian Island from Tropea. Board a modern ship, sail through the Tyrrenian sea and reach Stromboli, Lipari and Vulcano. This full day cruise will get you the opportunity to capture the wonderful scenery view of the Calabrian coast and of the 7 Islands.
You will have time to visit Stromboli, Lipari and Vulcano. The guide will accompany you only on the boat, you will be free on each island instead.
The beautiful mini cruise takes you to the Aeolian Islands, which are only accessible by sea. Here you will find landscapes of incomparable beauty such as caves, coves, picturesque bays and cliff, that the nature created with strange shapes.
The Aeolian Islands are among the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea. By visiting these islands, you will gain cultural and intellectual enrichment and an unforgettable memory.
The mini cruise has the following stops:
Stromboli, the mythical fire-breather, consists entirely of a 900 metre high volcano, one of the four active volcanoes in Italy.
On the island there are two villages, the bigger one is San Vincenzo and the smaller one is Ginostra, which is a fishing village.
Particularly, the island is rich in black sand beaches which are ideal for swimming and relaxing.
Lipari, despite the abundance of fashion boutiques, souvenir shops and cafes, maintains its ancient charm. The fascinating nestled houses, the massive castle and the cathedral are perched on top of a natural rock, from where it is possible to enjoy a breathtaking view.
Lipari is a very pretty and lively town with narrow streets and old houses. In Lipari it is possible to admire beautiful nature, excellent infrastructures and urban life, which is worshipped by the international jet set. Vulcano, the island of sulfur, has some high cliffs and a wild panorama. This is what makes Vulacano a destination to visit. This rather strong smell is due to the numerous fumaroles which offer mud baths with a strong curative power.