The island of Lipari is the last stop on the Napoli-Aeolian Islands route. It is the largest of the archipelago, and is the result of geological processes of volcanic origin. The island’s history goes back for millennia. The entire island bears the traits of foreign domination that over the centuries have ruled the island. Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs: Lipari is the result of unique cultures and traditions from all over the world. All these people have left a legacy of churches, palaces, monuments, and if you love to be fascinated by history, then this is the ideal place for you.
Nevertheless, Lipari is not only art and culture, but also relaxation and nature. The volcanic landscape outlines a breathtaking scenery, the coast of the island is full of bays, inlets and coves that, together with a crystal-clear sea and the rocky seabed, create unparalleled views.