7 days trips

Departure on Saturday at 4.00 p.m. from the port of Milazzo, return on Friday at 6.00 p.m. to the port of Milazzo

The Southern Islands

The Southern Islands

Lipari, Salina, Alicudi, Filicudi, Vulcano 

 

Saturday: Milazzo – Lipari. 

We arrive at Cave di Pomice (Pumice Quarries) and we spend the night in the roads.

 

Sunday: Lipari – Salina. 

The distance between the two islands is short so you can take your time to explore Salina. A stop in Lingua is a must, here you can taste “pane cunsatu” (a sort of seasoned bread) or the delicious fruit “granita” (a sort of slush). We head towards Santa Marina where you can go shopping and have dinner in a typical Aeolian restaurant.

 

Monday: Salina – Filicudi. 

After having left Santa Marina we head towards Pollara, one of the most suggestive places in the Archipelago, here you can have lunch, in the afternoon we continue to Filicudi. Aperitif in the port of Pecorini where we spend the night.

 

Tuesday: Filicudi – Alicudi - Filicudi. 

In the morning we can take a swim in Alicudi, visit the island in search of the wildest bay where taking a swim in crystal clear waters and arrange the lunch. Return to Filicudi Porto where we spend the night. We stock up on water and we have dinner ashore.

 

Wednesday: Filicudi – Salina. 

We sail towards Salina, coasting it from south, we can admire Leni, a small village, then we can choose the best bay where to spend the night in the roads. Salina has a wide range of locations where you can have dinner, taste an aperitif, or relax in a SPA. All you have to do is to reserve in advance.

 

Thursday: Salina – Vulcano. 

Vulcano is one of the most picturesque islands in the archipelago. The volcano, the “muds”, the “solfatara” (sulfur places), the black beaches, make Vulcano one of the most popular destinations for nature lovers. Even the coast offers breathtaking corners like Grotta del Cavallo (Horse Cave), black beaches bay, or Piscina di Venere (Venus’ pool).  We spend the night in the roads. 

 

Friday: Vulcano – Milazzo 

We circumnavigate Vulcano island, and we stop at the lighthouse of Gelso. This is one of the most fascinating places in the Aeolian islands. We have lunch aboard and around 2.00 p.m we sail towards the port of Milazzo, where we spend the night.

 

Saturday: Milazzo 

Disembarkation by 8.00 a.m. 

The Northern Islands

The Northern Islands

Lipari, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli Vulcano

Saturday: Milazzo – Lipari.
We arrive at Cave di Pomice (Pumice Quarries) and we spend the night in the roads.

Sunday: Cave di Pomice – Salina.
The distance between the two islands is short so you can take your time to explore Salina. A stop in Lingua is a must, here you can taste “pane cunsatu” (a sort of seasoned bread) or the delicious fruit “granita” (a sort of slush). We head towards Santa Marina where you can go shopping and have dinner in a typical Aeolian restaurant.

Monday: Salina – Panarea.
Basiluzzo and Lisca Bianca are just some of the places worth visiting. Panarea offers corners of wilderness like Baia Milazzese or Cala Junco. Panarea is one of the most sophisticated and trendy. It is famous for its aperitif at the port and for the after dinner in one of the renowned clubs. We spend the night in the roads.

Tuesday: Panarea – Stromboli – Lipari.
One of the most thrilling days. We head for Stromboli and we stop at Ginostra, a little village only accessible by sea. After lunch we dock the boat, and we take a tour. At 6 p.m. we leave for having an aperitif in front of “Sciara del Fuoco”. Return to Lipari where we spend the night in the roads.

Wednesday: Lipari.
We spend the day among the different bays of the island, we can go on an excursion to “Lingua” and having lunch. In the evening we return to the port of Pignataro to refuel. You can also take a tour.

Thursday: Lipari- Vulcano.
Vulcano is one of the most picturesque islands in the archipelago. The volcano, the “muds”, the “solfatara” (sulfur places), the black beaches, make Vulcano one of the most popular destinations for nature lovers. Even the coast offers breathtaking corners like Grotta del Cavallo (Horse Cave), black beaches bay, or Piscina di Venere (Venus’ pool).  If planned in advance, we recommend hiking the volcano. Overnight aboard.

Friday: Vulcano – Milazzo.
Wake up in the roads, breakfast and then we sail towards Gelso, where you can take a swim in front of the Lighthouse. After having lunch aboard, we head for the port of Milazzo where we spend the last night.

Saturday: Milazzo
Disembarking by 8.00 a.m.

Ionian Coast

Ionian Coast

From the port of Milazzo you can also head towards eastern Sicily, leaving the Tyrrhenian Sea and heading towards the Ionian Sea.
You cross the Straits, and it is already a spectacle, and then head towards Capo Sant'Alessio, and is a succession of places known to most.
You can't miss the stops in Taormina and Giardini Naxos, and then continue towards Riposto, Aci Reale and Aci Castello

If you wish, you can stop to organise an excursion to Mount Etna, or continue downhill towards Capo Passero, the southernmost point of Sicily. 
It is a succession of places, each with its own history, each with its own special places. 

After passing Catania, we continue on to Brucoli, then Augusta and arrive in Syracuse, where a tour of the island of Ortigia is a must. After rounding Capo Passero, we return to the port of Milazzo, 
Approximately 260 nautical miles, round trip.

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