Board a motorboat for a pleasure cruise to the picturesque Aeolian islands. Visit Stromboli, known as the lighthouse of the Mediterranean, due to its perpetual activity. Discover Lipari, the largest island with its historical port district and Vulcano, the natural spa island, with bubbling mud pits.
- Visit 2 active volcanoes
- Black sandy beaches
- Lipari's old town
Visit of 3 islands with free time on each island
Possibility to swim
Tour guide onboard
The price of the excursion does not include food, drinks and entrance fees in museums.
Tourist tax Aeolian Islands 5,00 € (from June to September) and 2,50 € ( April - May - October ) per person to pay on embarkation at the port.
Transfer to/from the Port possible for 5€ per person.
|Duration||11 Hours or 0 Hour|
Clothes: Leisure clothes
Possibility to swim
|Participants||Tour takes place for 80 - 280 persons|
|Languages||English, Italian, German|
N.B.: The price of the excursion does not include food, drinks and entrance fees in museums and the Tourist tax Aeolian Islands 5,00 € (from June to September) and 2,50 € ( April - May - October ) per person to pay on embarkation at the port.
*All tours depend on weather and sea conditions and must be confirmed 1-2 days before. Tel./What's App (+39)3387915577 In case of cancellations due to bad weather all payments will be returned.
**Itinerary and departures times might change due to weather conditions.
Via Lungomare, 31, 89861 Tropea VV, Italien
Offered byCST Travel
Unique beauty, fascinating geophysical characteristics (two of the islands are active volcanoes!), a wealth of history, great beaches, stunning views, and mouthwatering cuisine … Despite all this, the Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie) remain fairly unknown out of Italy and surprisingly unspoiled outside the peak weeks of August. There are seven inhabited islands in this volcanic archipelago, each offering its own distinct atmosphere, sense of hospitality and charm. Departure from Tropea at 7.45H, return to Tropea ca. 19.15H
Stromboli: Dramatic Stromboli, in permanent eruption, maybe the most famous and spectacular of the Aeolian Islands (Isole Eolie). It is certainly one of the most active volcanoes in Europe and well worth is a visit of the picturesque town of San Vincenzo surrounded by black sandy beaches.
Lipari: Lipari is the biggest and most popular of the Aeolian Islands. Historically, it has been the most important island over the centuries, since Neolithic times. The ‘must’ of the island is the “Museo Eoliano”, an impressive archaeological museum. It is housed in the buildings around the Castle, in the upper town of Lipari, still surrounded by old city walls. Also quite impressive are the white shiny pumice quarries directly overlooking the sea, giving the water an amazing turquoise colour.
Vulcano: Vulcano, the island that gave its name to all volcanoes. As the legend tells, this island was the seat of King Eolio, godfather of the wind. Famous for its mud baths (‘fanghi’) and its still smoking main crater. Depending on the wind, you might be immediately hit by the characteristic sulphurous smell coming from the hot springs.
Leider mussten wir feststellen, dass eine große Menschenmenge zeitgleich die gleiche Bootstour gebucht hatten.
Die Situation erinnerte an den Flughafen Düsseldorf zu Ferienbeginn.
Auch auf den Inseln war es dadurch zeitgleich immer überfüllt.
Da es für uns nicht ersichtlich war, welches Schiff wir benutzen sollten, suchten wir Personen, die Auskunft geben konnten.
Immer hieß es, unser Schiff kommt in 10 Minuten.
Tatsächlich kam es eine dreiviertel Stunde später.
Das Schiff war übervoll gebucht. Es war nicht möglich, draußen einen Platz zu finden. Selbst auf dem Fußboden mussten Fahrgäste Platz nehmen, da es zu wenig Plätze gab.
Das Schiff war innen nicht sehr sauber und nicht gepflegt.