Lipari is the largest of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the northern coast of Sicily in southern Italy.
Geologically, Panarea is the oldest island of the Aeolian Islands, with the surrounding islets and what remains of eruptive phenomena of a single volcanic basin, now almost entirely submerged and eroded by sea and wind.
The island of Alicudi is the westernmost of the Aeolian archipelago and lies about 34 nautical miles (almost 63 km) west of Lipari. It is dominated by Mount Filo dell'Arpa, whose toponym derives from the dialect term arpa or arpazza with which the buzzard is indicated.
The island of Filicudi is the fifth largest island in the Aeolian archipelago and the second westernmost island in the archipelago (after Alicudi); it is located about 24 nautical miles west of Lipari.
A climb to the Great Crater of Vulcano is a must for those who vacation in the Aeolian Islands. A volcanic landscape immersed in a special atmosphere, characterized by fragrant green gorse contrasting with fumaroles, black rocks and expanses of ash.
Mount Fossa delle Felci is the highest peak of the Aeolian Islands. It is one of Salina's two craters, and its ancient volcanic origin is highlighted by highly choreographed rocks that give rise to sheer walls, crevasses and depressions, made more spectacular by the lush surrounding vegetation.
The climb on the Stromboli is an exciting and rewarding experience for all those who love nature. It presents some difficulties, but with a bit of organization, can be addressed by all. Here’s some information to climb the volcano Stromboli.