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Lipari is the largest of Eolian Islands which provides an interesting combination of secluded beaches and a rich and vibrant historic center. One can easily reach the town of Lipari by aliscafo from Santa Marina Salina. However, to fully enjoy the island, including its secluded beaches, one can rent for the day a small boat in Santa Marina or on the beach of Lingua. Even without a maritime license, one can visit the islands of Lipari and Vulcano. The other islands are further away from Salina and require a license. The town of Lipari, is the richest of the islands in terms of archaeological history. Here you will get a flavor of the importance these islands held during ancient Greek times and during the early Roman Republic. In the bay in front of the castle of Lipari, was fought the first maritime battle of the First Punic War, between the Roman Republic and the Carthaginian Empire, for the control of Sicily. The center of the town of Lipari is a beautiful collection of 18th and 19th Century houses and churches. However, the crown jewel is the fortress of Lipari, which has been inhabited and fortified since Neolithic times. The most picturesque views of the castle are from the port of Lipari (where the fishing boats arrive, not the port of the aliscafi) or from the sea. A visit to the castle itself, is highly recommended. To fully appreciate the Spanish and Bourbon fortifications, entrance the castle along the steps of Via Castello, off of Via Giuseppe Garibaldi. Inside the castle, one should visit the Archaeological museum, where one can learn about the rich history of the islands and enjoy a world-class collection of Greek vases. If beaches are what you are looking for then it is highly recommended to visit the Spiagge Bianche. The best way to reach them is by boat. The waters around these beaches are turquoise due to the, now defunct, white pumice quarry which unloaded white dust into the waters. A few recommendations for the Spiagge Bianche. The waters are beautiful seen from the surface, although there is little to see underwater. Also, if you visit the beach itself and lie in the white pumice sands, be careful to remove watches, jewelry and diving masks, because the pumice sands are extremely abrasive and can easily scratch the surface. Also, be careful (especially for kids) not to get the pumice sand in the eyes because it can be very irritating (it's suggested to have kids wear goggles which can protect their eyes). Lipari has an abundance of secluded beaches, especially on its southern and eastern coasts (including a natural arc which one can swim through, but not take the boat through).
Lipari is the largest of Eolian Islands which provides an interesting combination of secluded beaches and a rich and vibrant historic center. One can easily reach the town of Lipari by aliscafo from Santa Marina Salina. However, to fully enjoy the island, including its secluded beaches, one can re…
It's highly recommed it to visit one or more Aeolian islands like Lipari from the port of Milazzo