Inhabited since ancient times, the Aeolian islands (or Lipari from the name of the largest island of the archipelago) are one of the most popular destinations for Italian and foreign tourists, and this by virtue of its geographical location, pleasant climate and its edenic beauty.
The Aeolian archipelago (accessible by ferry and hydrofoil from the mainland and Sicily) is particularly suitable for those who dream of a relaxing, cultural, crystal clear sea and long excursions to discover pristine green lungs and the reliefs of volcanic origin (Stromboli, Vulcano, Monte Fossa delle Felci etc.).
Even those looking for a more eventful holidays will be satisfied: the island of Panarea, despite its small size, is full of clubs (night and night) where you can have fun during your stay on the island.
The Aeolian Islands - often chosen by internationally renowned directors - however not only impress for the landscapes (land and sea), monuments and culture, but also for the great culinary tradition.
To delight the palates of tourists are in fact various types of fish, "pennula" cherry tomatoes, capers, fragrant citrus fruits and other gifts from the land. Among the most famous desserts (in addition to cassata and cannoli) it is possible to count the spicchitedda and the nacatole. On such a richly laid table, an excellence of the Aeolian vines cannot be missing, namely the renowned Malvasia delle Lipari.