Palermo, Capo D’Orlando e Portorosa
The Aeolian archipelago, made up of seven islands emerging from the sea in the north-eastern part of Sicily, is scattered over a 45-mile span. Dimora di Eolo, where fire is predominant rather than air, of volcanic origin with Stromboli and Vulcano in activity, offering the most varied and contrasting scenarios with landscapes, coasts and seabeds of particular attraction, they also enjoy a particularly mild and temperate Mediterranean climate with little rainfall. This climate makes it possible to visit the islands even in the early spring periods and in the late autumn season.
Palermo – Cefalù (36 m); Cefalù – Capo d’Orlando (34 m); Capo d’Orlando – Vulcano (19 m); Vulcano – Lipari (5 m); Lipari – Salina (9 m); Salina – Alicudi (24 m); Alicudi – Palermo (50 m)
Palermo - S. Vito Lo Capo (27 m); S. Vito Lo Capo – Ustica (37 m); Ustica – Alicudi (53 m); Alicudi – Filicudi (11 m); Filicudi – Salina (13 m); Salina – Lipari (9 m); Lipari – Vulcano (5 m); Vulcano – Capo d’Orlando (19 m); Capo d’Orlando – Cefalù (34 m); Cefalù – Capo Zafferano (25 m); Capo Zafferano – Palermo (11 m)