The group of islands that make up the Aeolian Islands offer great places to stay in, such as Aeolian Islands holiday rentals. Each island has distinctive features, so you can choose to stay on a specific island according to your interests, hobbies and tastes and then visit the others around your place of stay. Some of the Aeolian Islands holiday rentals can be found on islands like Lipari, Salina, Vulcano and Stromboli. There are also the islands of Panarea, Filicudi and Alicudi. Getting to and around these islands is possible by hydrofoil and bus services and on entering the harbour, these volcanic islands greet you with sulphur fumes.
Favourite Destinations (Aeolian Islands)
Aeolian Islands Holiday Homes - a haven for geology lovers
The island of Vulcano is famous for its namesake volcano, which has not erupted since 1890. Staying in Aeolian Islands holiday rentals on Vulcano will allow you to also look at the volcano from close up. From this rather exciting terrain, you can head to Stromboli for even more volcanic terrain, for it is home to an active volcano. Staying in Aeolian Islands villas here will surely be an experience of a very different kind. The lava from this volcano has contributed to making striking beaches of Stromboli. The black sands and blue waters are a must-see sight.
Aeolian Islands Apartments - take a famous mudbath whilst on your Aeolian Islands holidays
You can have a very healthy holiday when you stay in Aeolian Islands holiday rentals, for the region is famous for its mud baths. Lipari, another Aeolian Island, has a unique rocky beach where you can sometimes see rocks breaking away and being carried out to sea. There is also a pumice quarry, which is worth a visit. Walking in the town here is a quiet and wonderful experience. Lipari also offers a coastal walkway between Bagnosecco and Treme di San Calogero where the sulphur fumes have left colours and stains on the white kaolin surface. You can also use the opportunity of staying in Aeolian Islands holiday rentals to explore the valley in Salina for its Sanctuary of the Madonna of Terzito. The towns in Aeolian Islands are also very nice places to walk through and explore for their shopping, cuisine and well-maintained homes.
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