Navigation to Panarea with a visit from the sea to the Calajunco Bay and the Zimmari beach, followed by a stop of about two port of San Pietro. Then, circumnavigation of the mini-archipelago in front of the island and transfer to Stromboli. Stop at sea in front of the picturesque village of Ginostra, sailing near the coast of the island and stop at the port of Stromboli Scari until sunset. From here, navigation to the Sciara del Fuoco to admire the spectacular eruptions of the active volcano from the sea.
The Aeolian Islands are an archipelago of volcanic origin made up of 7 islands (Lipari, Panarea, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Alicudi and Filicudi), north-east of Sicily. The beauty of these islands, their landscapes and the crystal clear sea that surrounds them has always attracted the attention of tourists from all over the world. In fact, the Aeolian islands have waters full of life and submerged wrecks lying on the seabed, testifying to the vicissitudes of the past.
The privileged geographical position of the Aeolian Islands has always facilitated its commercial exchanges, leaving us today the backdrops that are one of the most beautiful legacies of the historical period that goes from prehistory to the late Roman period. The ships that crossed these beautiful waters have left behind a very rich archaeological heritage made of amphorae and ceramics (many of them kept in the Lipari Museum).
It is the best known and most widespread form of massage, it comes from the Far East and is performed with the use of oils sprinkled directly on the skin, this massage greatly promotes relaxation and regeneration "in general" and acts against the pain of therefore, better blood circulation that generates a feeling of well-being, excellent during the holidays, when the body is already in a resting phase.