Lipari islands

The Aeolian Islands or Lipari Islands, named after the main island, are a volcanic archipelago north of Sicily in the Tyrrhenian Sea in Italy. For more than two centuries the islands have been an ideal site for the study of volcanology and geology. They have been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List since 2000. This archipelago comprises seventeen islands, seven of which are inhabited. Only three islands are accessible to cars. All islands have a volcanic origin but only Vulcano and Stromboli still have an active volcano.
  • Self guide trip in Lipari islands with Aluna Voyages
    L'archipel des √Čoliennes
  • self guided walk in Lipari islands with Aluna Voyages
    Vulcano
  • self guided journey in Stromboli and Lipari with Aluna Voyages
    Lipari pumice quarries
  • hike in Lipari islands island with Aluna Voyages
    Lipari pumice
  • hiking in Stromboli and Lipari with Aluna Voayges
  • Hiking in Lipari islands with Aluna Voyages