One sea, many seas

“One sea, many seas” - it is the only way to describe  the water surrounding the Aeolian Islands.
Light blue caves, bubbling waters, warm and cold understreams, black-sand beaches and clear seashores, with intense blue and green shades … In addition to all these wonders, there are rocks that have eroded into incredible shapes, including human-like shapes; such fascinating combination is undoubtly unique and cannot be found elsewhere in the world.

a paradise to discover

Many landscapes hidden from the majority of visitors who choose the regular touristic itinerary can otherwise be enjoyed  in all their beauty by those who decide to explore the Aeolian Islands by boat. In this case, the scenery that opens up is truly celestial.
Amazing sights, ranging from the Vulcano caves with its natural pools and geothermal springs of therapeutic value,  incredible sea stacks and pumice caves of Lipari, Stromboli and its Sciara del Fuoco (Stream of Fire), Filicudi with its Grotta del Bue Marino (Cave of the Sea Ox), not to mention the beautiful beach of Calajunco in Panarea or the Pollara Beach in Salina.

Wonderful Seabeds

Fans of the marine world can discover extraordinary underwater trails. Diving schools on the island all comply with rules and regulations of the national and international agencies.
Courses of all types are available, with professional instructors certified by FIPSAS (Italian Fishing and Diving Federation) and CMAS (World Underwater Federation). An excellent diving school is located close to our hotel beach.