SICILY: B&B IL CAPPERO. LIPARI, ISOLE EOLIE

Lipari is the largest of the Aeolian Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the northern coast of Sicily, part of the province of Messina. It’s a quick and easy trip to the main Island of Sicily. There are frequent car ferries and much quicker hydrofoils from Milazzo and Messina.

The Aeolian Islands are one of 51 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Italy. The Archipelago of the Aeolian Islands consist of seven wonderful islands off the coast of Sicily – Lipari, Panarea, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Alicudi and Filicudi. – They were formed by still-active volcanoes (Stromboli and Vulcano) and emerge from a clean and clear sea.

If you decide to visit Lipari, here is an authentic B&B to consider.  B&B Il Cappero, has been suggested to me by a friend, from Milano. Monica has been going to Lipari every summer, since she was a little girl.  And she is a good friend of Fabrizio and Valentina, the B&B’s owners.
The B&B is strategically located near the town and provides all the comforts for a wonderful and relaxing vacation. It has stylish rooms with an astonishing view. A free shuttle service is available to and from the port to make sure all the customer get there easily.
Valentina and Fabrizio also have a travel agency, “le isole d’Italia tour operator.” They specialize in different kind of itineraries in the Italian islands. Some of the islands we would like to mention include: the Sicilian archipelagos with the Eolie, the Egadi and Pantelleria. The Flegree islands, Ischia and Procida, and the famous  Capri. The Tremiti islands and also The Pontine up to Elba and the Tuscan archipelagos. From a relaxing experience to an exciting hike on the volcano’s islands, from larger group options and a personalized family experience; with their help you will be to see and enjoy more than expected.
Please click here for more information and to reserve a room at the B&B Il Cappero and here for the Isole d’Italia tour operator.
Enjoy your stay!
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