The Aeolian Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are famous for their stunning coasts and submarine life, being one of the most interesting areas in all of the Mediterranean for its marine species.
Set sail with Skipper Armatori towards the Aeolian Islands and discover stunning places and landscapes. Learn more about our sailing holidays.
The Aeolian Islands
The Aeolian Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fascinating archipelago with two active volcanoes, are named after Aeolus, the Greek God of the Winds. Famous for their stunning coasts and submarine life, being one of the most interesting
areas in all of the Mediterranean for its marine species, the islands all differ from each other in terms of landscapes and character. This is the ideal place for a relaxing and carefree sailing holiday.
Check in > from 16:00 to 24:00
The guests meet our staff at the meeting point at the marina in Portorosa and then board the boat. The cabins are assigned and a brief presentation is given on the safety and cohabitation rules on board.
Sunday: Portorosa > Vulcano
We’ll set sail in the morning towards Vulcano, specifically towards Gelso, a solitary black sandy beach on the south coast. We’ll then visit the Cavallo Cave on the west coast where we will have lunch. We’ll move on over to the bay just to the east and we’ll go on land to have a swim in the sulphur springs of the area where we will spend the night.
Monday: Vulcano > Lipari
We’ll head towards Lipari to visit the Pumice-stone Caves and Faraglioni. Lunch in a bay and then a free afternoon to visit the town of Lipari and for those interested in visiting the archeological and volcanological museum.
Tuesday: Lipari > Salina
We’ll cruise towards Salina and after a relaxing swim, we’ll visit Pollara, a small village where the Italian movie “Il Postino” was filmed by Massimo Troisi. After a tour of the island, we’ll fill up on water in S. Marina and we’ll then spend the night in the charming bay of Rinella, where we’ll have a tasty dinner at sunset.
Wednesday: Salina > Stromboli
We’ll sail towards Stromboli and have a swim in the area of Ginostra on the southwest coast of the island. We’ll have a relaxing break in the bay, and then it’s possible to organize an excursion in the afternoon to see the volcano and admire its eruptions from the sea. After a nice dinner in a local tavern, we’ll spend the night in Stromboli.
Thursday: Stromboli > Panarea
A visit in the morning of Strombolicchio and then we’ll set sail towards Panarea where we will visit Basiluzzo (known for its nano palm trees), Calajunco (a beautiful natural swimming pool with turquoise waters), the small island Lisca Bianca (with its famous Lovers Cave) and Lisca Nera. A break in Milazzese Bay and then everyone on land to explore the island and its nightlife.
Friday: Panarea > Portorosa
We’ll set sail early in the morning moving south towards Vulcano where we will be able to admire the diverse coastline with its reddish colours that are typical of the island. A swim in the waters of Vinci beach with its fumarole and then we’ll head back to Portorosa where we will spend the evening celebrating our last night together.
Check out > Guests must leave the boat before 10:00 am.