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Lipari, the ancient Greek Meligunis, with its 37.6 sq km of surface is the largest island of the Aeolian archipelago with about 10,000 residents. There are five suburbs: Lipari, Acquacalda, Canneto, Pianoconte and Quattropani, connected to the town of Lipari by the scenic road that runs along the island.

The highest peak is Mount Chirica: its 602 meters are an excellent observation point for the whole archipelago.

The Malvasia wine production is renowned. A tour of the island by taxi or moped to discover the breathtaking views and wine tasting is highly recommended.

The Aeolian Islands are volcanic creatures forged by the active presence of the four elements: air, water, earth and fire. Even today we can see the phenomena of volcanism. These phenomena, pretty much fumarolic activity and hot springs, are mainly located on the western side of the island.

Lipari offers several atractions: the beauty of the numerous beaches that extend from Canneto to the village of Acquacalda. You can get there either by car and  by boat;  the obsidian flows and the pumice quarries from which the famous stone is extracted. This one  characterizes the renowned White Beaches making the color of the sea  turquoise and deep blue.

Among the historical and architectural beauties, we remember the castle of Lipari with the ancient Benedictine cloister of the Norman period and the Cathedral from the 13th century; in Marina Corta, the church of Purgatory  from XIII century and the murals painted by local artists; the acropolis and the remains of the Greco-Roman tombs. Also interesting is the visit to the archaeological museum of Lipari and the baroque churches.

Lipari is also the ideal base for visiting all the other islands. As matter of fact  It is possible to take one-day boat trips to admire the beauties of the different Aeolian sisters with tranquility.

The Aeolian Islands, mysterious and moody, will make your romantic holiday unique and unforgettable.

Lipari, the ancient Greek Meligunis, with its 37.6 sq km of surface is the largest island of the Aeolian archipelago with about 10,000 residents. There are five suburbs: Lipari, Acquacalda, Canneto, Pianoconte and Quattropani, connected to the town of Lipari by the scenic road that runs along the island.

The highest peak is Mount Chirica: its 602 meters are an excellent observation point for the whole archipelago.

The Malvasia wine production is renowned. A tour of the island by taxi or moped to discover the breathtaking views and wine tasting is highly recommended.

The Aeolian Islands are volcanic creatures forged by the active presence of the four elements: air, water, earth and fire. Even today we can see the phenomena of volcanism. These phenomena, pretty much fumarolic activity and hot springs, are mainly located on the western side of the island.

Lipari offers several atractions: the beauty of the numerous beaches that extend from Canneto to the village of Acquacalda. You can get there either by car and  by boat;  the obsidian flows and the pumice quarries from which the famous stone is extracted. This one  characterizes the renowned White Beaches making the color of the sea  turquoise and deep blue.

Among the historical and architectural beauties, we remember the castle of Lipari with the ancient Benedictine cloister of the Norman period and the Cathedral from the 13th century; in Marina Corta, the church of Purgatory  from XIII century and the murals painted by local artists; the acropolis and the remains of the Greco-Roman tombs. Also interesting is the visit to the archaeological museum of Lipari and the baroque churches.

Lipari is also the ideal base for visiting all the other islands. As matter of fact  It is possible to take one-day boat trips to admire the beauties of the different Aeolian sisters with tranquility.

The Aeolian Islands, mysterious and moody, will make your romantic holiday unique and unforgettable.

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