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  • From Milazzo: Panarea and Stromboli Boat Trip by Night

    1. From Milazzo: Panarea and Stromboli Boat Trip by Night

    Experience the glitz and glamour of the Aeolian Islands on this full-day tour. Departing from Milazzo, sail to Panarea, the smallest of the islands. Soak up the glamorous atmosphere of the island, favored by VIPs, as you stroll around the narrow streets of its historic center. Afterward, pay a visit to the prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese, where you can learn more about Panarea's ancient origins. You must also visit Cala Junco Bay, a spectacular beach in the shape of an amphitheater that is ideal for underwater swimming. Finally, relax on the sandy beach of Cala degli Zimmari before continuing your journey. Having left Panarea, sail through the picturesque inlets which form a micro-archipelago between Lipari and the island of Stromboli, your next stop. Enjoy some free time to discover this island, which is home to one of the most active volcanoes in the world, at your own pace. Vis...

    The boat was on the crowded side, but there was plenty of ventilation and the staff was vigilantly instructing guests to keep their masks in place. Time on each island and after dark to watch Stromboli do her stuff was just right. Unfortunately, only a little bit of eruption action to see, but that’s just how it goes sometimes.

  • From Taormina: Chic Panarea and Stromboli Full-day Tour

    2. From Taormina: Chic Panarea and Stromboli Full-day Tour

    Take a tour of Stromboli and Panarea, both belonging to the Aeolian Archipelago.  Enjoy this is unique chance to see volcanic eruptions and learn the history of these ancient islands. On a private motor boat equipped with toilets and bar, you will arrive at Panarea onto Calajunco Bay and the small Zimmari Beach. Take in the quiet beauty of these stunning beaches as you explore the second smallest of the islands. Meander along its winding streets and gravel beaches, taking in the the perfect Sicilian backdrop.  Back on board again and sail around the rocks in front of Panarea and then proceed to Stromboli, home to one of Italy’s 3 active volcanoes. Constantly active, you will be able to see the eruptions from the sea and the many viewing points on the island. This spectacular phenomenon has given the island the nickname of 'Lighthouse of the Mediterranean'. After looking over the small ...

    The tour guide Alexandria was great! She told different things along the way in Italian, English and German. We first went to Panarea, which was really nice. We had 2 hours to walk around and visited the prehistoric village. Next was de island Stromboli with the beautiful black beatches. Here we could walk around for about 3 hours. Our tour guide organised a little tour and showed us the highlights of the island. When we were on the boat again we went to the other site of the island and saw an amazing sunset and a lot of little errutions of the vulcano Stromboli. It was a really great day!

  • From Lipari: Panarea and Stromboli Boat Excursion

    3. From Lipari: Panarea and Stromboli Boat Excursion

    Spend the day on a memorable boat excursion through the Aeolian Islands. Enjoy the afternoon and evening exploring quaint villages and seeing stunning landscapes of the Mediterranean.

    Meet in Lipari and aboard your boat to begin your excursion through the Aeolian Islands. Have impressive views as you go along the pumice quarries and Monte Rosa. Head towards the island of Panarea, the smallest of the Aeolian islands. Admire the beautiful bay of Cala Junco before docking and have some free time to wander around the village.

    After time on Panarea, resume your boat excursion along Basiluzzo, the largest islet of Panarea, and the village of Ginostra before reaching the port of Stromboli. Arrive in Stromboli and be overwhelmed by the wild colors of nature. From the green scrub of the Mediterranean to the black volcanic landscape, from the blue frame of the sea to the ...

  • Lipari & Salina: Boat Tour

    4. Lipari & Salina: Boat Tour

    Explore Lipari and Salina of the Aeolian Islands archipelago on this boat tour. Stop in Salina to visit the town of Santa Marina and the small village of Lingua. Discover some of the most magical corners of Lipari, most accessible via boat. First, head out to explore Lipari from the water. Spot Monte Rosa (also “Mount Rosa”), the village of Canneto, white beaches, and more. After a few minutes of sailing, see Pumice Beach with its turquoise waters. Then, arrive at the village of Acquacalda, where you can admire the white pumice caves from the sea. Next, move away from Lipari and sail towards Salina, where you will stop to visit and independently explore the town of Santa Marina and the village of Lingua on foot. In the bay of Pollara, the semicircle shape and high, layered walls of an ancient half-submerged crater give off the impression of a natural amphitheater. The bay is famous f...

  • From Taormina: Valley of the Temples & Scala dei Turchi Tour

    5. From Taormina: Valley of the Temples & Scala dei Turchi Tour

    Admire the iconic Greek architecture at the Valley of the Temples and see the white limestone rock formation of the Scala Dei Turchi (Stair of the Turks) on this tour from Taormina. Start by getting picked up at your accommodation in the close vicinity of Taormina, then head to Agrigento to start your adventure. Enjoy informative materials for when you independently explore inside the archaeological areas. First, stop at the archaeological area of the Valley of the Temples of Agrigento, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Experience one of the largest and most iconic archaeological areas in the world. Admire the impressive ruins of the Greek temples built between 510 B.C. and 430 B.C. See the temples of Olympian Zeus, Juno, Hephaestus, Concordia, Hercules, Castor, and Pollux. After the Valley of the Temples, enjoy a light lunch with local products and wine. Next, arrive ...

  • Palermo: Private Agrigento and Scale of the Turks Transfer

    6. Palermo: Private Agrigento and Scale of the Turks Transfer

    Departing from Palermo, gear up for a full-day trip to Agrigento and the Scale of the Turks. Head first to the Temple Valley in Agrigento, one of the most important archeological sites in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the finest of all ancient Greek sites, including the Doric Temples and the ruins of the ancient city of Akragas.  Among the many stairways you know, this is definitely one of the most unusual. You have probably already realized that this is not a real ladder, but a spectacular stretch of coast, that, thanks to its peculiarity and history, has become an icon of the Sicilian seaside tourism.  This white cliff is located along the stretch of sea between Realmonte and Porto Empedocle and its rock is made of a soft limestone and a blinding white marl. The sea, taking advantage of this sparkling white, will be showing off its deep blue. The more daring can ...

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Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 12 reviews

The organization was there. The visit time of the three islands is two hours. So you have to plan ahead and select what you want to see / do. I highly recommend the ascent of the Volcano volcano! The return time by boat, not mentioned in the description, is around 11 p.m. The return was therefore long (+/- 2h30). But we recommend this excursion. Very good value for money !!

Friendly team, good payment processing, check-in and service, delicious local lunch with water and wine, multiple opportunities to swim during the trip, ship and toilets are clean, explanations of various sights in Italian and English.

Very well organized with a day full of activities. The visit to Favignana is interesting, beautiful Levanzo and beautiful all the opportunities to jump into the water

Excellent choice if you want to visit the most islands in one day. Interesting informations during the voyage, enough time on each island to see the highlights.

We were family with kids (10,17). We enjoyed it a lot !