What to see near the port of Alicudi
The island of Alicudi is ideal for those looking for a vacation spot completely immersed in nature and far from the chaos and greyness of modern metropolises. Going up the ancient mule tracks of the island, you can discover the villages in which Alicudi is divided.
Starting from the port, you will come across Tonna district, in the village of San Bartolo (where the church of the same name which dates back to the early nineteenth century stands), and in the districts Sgurbio, Pianicello and Bazzina. In this itinerary to discover Alicudi, an excursion on the Filo dell'Arpa, the main mountainous relief of the island (675 meters above sea level) can certainly not be missing.
Other places to visit are the chapel of San Giuseppe and the church of Carmine, both located in the port district. As for the beaches, there is that of Alicudi port o and that located in the Bazzina district (the two beaches are characterized by the presence of dark pebbles). If you have a boat available and explore the western coast of the island, you can admire the "Scoglio della Galera", a singular and suggestive rock formation that is very reminiscent of a dragon.