The excursion from Milazzo to Vulcano, Panarea and Stromboli (Sciara del Fuoco) in a mini-cruise departing from the Port of Milazzo is carried out aboard a modern and comfortable motor ship. The on-board staff is highly qualified to assist passengers and ensure the safety of navigation. On board, a multilingual speaker will give information throughout the navigation.
Enjoy a round trip excursion to the Aeolian Islands departing from the Port of Milazzo crossing enchanting landscapes on the islands of Vulcano, Panarea and Stromboli.
Stop in the islands of Vulcano, Panarea and Stromboli to swim in the sea and snorkel.
You will have plenty of time for your beautiful photos while sailing seas with crystal clear waters. Occasionally you may even come across dolphins that also frequent the waters of the Aeolian Islands.
DURING STOPS OR NAVIGATION, ON THIS TOUR YOU WILL SEE …
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If you are a hiker, the path to the Vulcano Crater Fossa should not be missed. The round trip takes about 2 hours from the dock area. Once you reach the top of the cone, you will be able to admire the fumarole field on the west side of the crater (Gran Cratere) and, if you can bear the smell and have no breathing problems, you can go to one of the few points on the surface of the earth in where you can see the drops of molten sulfur.
The port of San Pietro is a picturesque cobweb of white streets and is home to most of the island’s restaurants, bars and shops. In Panarea there are also enchanting coves and, at the southernmost point of the island, Cala Junco with transparent and crystalline waters is probably the most beautiful bay of all the Aeolian Islands. Just off the east coast of Panarea: Dattilo, Lisca Bianca, Basiluzzo, Lisca Nera and Bottaro and the turquoise sea all around are excellent for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Stromboli is the most beautiful. It is an island with a volcano in a constant state of mild activity, punctuated by occasional larger and more violent eruptions. Although small lava eruptions are not dangerous, one must still be aware of the possible danger. Therefore, you should never climb the volcano without a local expert guide. Onboard our boat, you can safely watch the most incredible and unforgettable spectacle of the erupting Stromboli from the sea.
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Sea and nature
Departure from the port of Milazzo for the island of Vulcano where we stop for about 2 hours and 30 minutes for the independent visit of the island.
In the afternoon departure for Panarea.
Visit from the sea to the Bay of Calajunco and the beach of Zimmari. Stop of about two and a half hours at the port of S. Pietro.
On foot, in about 45 minutes or with the typical panaroti electric taxis (from Panarea), it will be possible to reach the small prehistoric village of Capo Milazzese which dates back to 1400 BC. The village dominates the Bay of Cala Junco and with a small road it is possible to reach the enchanting place for an unforgettable swim in the crystal clear sea of Panarea. Along the road to the village of Capo Milazzese is Cala Zimmari, the only white beach of the Aeolian Islands.
For those who do not want to walk so long, about 10 minutes away is the church of San Pietro, from which you can admire a breathtaking view.
Departure from Panarea to visit the mini archipelago in front of the island formed by Lisca Bianca, Lisca Nera, Basiluzzo and Spinazzola. Subsequently, continuation to Stromboli where we will stop at sea in front of the Sciara del Fuoco. You can then witness the spectacular eruptions of the active volcano of Stromboli from the sea.
Return to Milazzo where it is expected to arrive around 22:00.
The order of stopovers may be subject to variations by the decision of the captain of the motor ship.