Leaving the eastern coast of Lipari, we can admire Vulcanello and the Pietra Lunga and Pietra Menalda sea stacks. We head towards the island of Alicudi. Upon arrival, we will see a very small port with Aeolian-style houses positioned on a long flight of steps.
There is no pollution, neither environmental nor acoustic, here. In fact, you will see that the streets are formed only by steps and the sole means of transport is the donkey. The crystal clear, vivid blue waters will invite you to go for a swim.
Setting sail from Alicudi, we will circumnavigate the island and then head for the sea stack of Canna, stopping at the Grotta del Bue Marino (Cave of the Sea Ox) in Filicudi for a nice dip. Continuing to circumnavigate the island, we will see the villages of Pecorini and Capo Graziano, where the ruins of a prehistoric village have been unearthed. We will stop in the harbour bay, in order to visit both the Neolithic village and the little town.