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Excursions, points of interest and attractions close to LENI DI SALINA ISOLE EOLIE Malfa Lipari Vulcano Piano


21 Km from L'ARIANA
Altitude: 299 mt. a.s.l.  Area Lipari, Malfa, Patti
In the center there are 2 main beaches: the black beaches (Porto di Ponente), so named for the color of the sand of volcanic origin, occupy a beautiful bay, unfortunately, often very crowded, and the beach of fumaroles and is bathed by the warm waters heated by bubbling sulphurous steam that can reach very high temperatures (be careful, it is easy to burn yourself). The secluded and uncrowded beach Gelso is instead the opposite side of the island and can be reached by sea, by bus leaving from the port of Levante (very low hours) or driving the Provincial Porto Levante on Vulcano Piano and then branches to the Mulberry Capo Grillo. The beaches of Levante are affected by volcanic events: in many places the water ribolleper the presence of gas sources underwater. Immerse yourself in the warm water is very pleasant, as well as healthy.


Loc. MALFA - SICILIA  Navigatore
2 Km from L'ARIANA
Altitude: 358 mt. a.s.l.  Area Lipari, Vulcano Piano, Patti
Salina (Salina in Sicilian) is an island of Italy, which belongs to the Aeolian Islands, Sicily. Measuring 26.4 square kilometers and is the second largest in population after and Lipari. It is divided into three municipalities in the province of Messina Santa Marina, Malfa and Leni (until 1909 the town was one) and has about 2,300 inhabitants. Made up of six ancient volcanoes, has the first and the third highest peak in the archipelago: the mountain Trench Ferns 962 me Mount of leeks, 860 m, which retain the typical conical shape. From these two extinct volcanoes, viewed from the north-east, derives its name ancient greek ancient , didyme (from , Didymos, twin). The current name derives from a pond in the village of present language of the City of Santa Marina Salina, from which salt was extracted. Excavations have revealed settlements dating back to the Bronze Age and alternating periods of complete abandonment with other strong development. Finds from Santa Marina show a significant settlement around the fourth century BC Around the seventh century A.D. Salina was one of the most populated of the Aeolian Islands, Lipari because the volcanoes were active. The Arab invasions made it deserted until around the seventeenth century, came to be populated. Salina is the most fertile island of the Aeolian and full of water; are grown quality grapes from which we get the Malvasia delle Lipari, a sweet wine, and capers that are exported all over the world. Another important resource for the island is tourism. In 1980 the park was established in 1981 and Salina Regional Nature Reserve of the two mountains. It was the set of The Postman (1994), the last film starring Massimo Troisi. Since 2007, it houses the SalinaDocFest international festival of documentary narrative.


14 Km from L'ARIANA
Altitude: 33 mt. a.s.l.  Area Vulcano Piano, Malfa, Patti
The museum complex is located on rhyolitic rock of Castle Lipari (Fig. 1) , an imposing dome of volcanic formation with characteristics of natural fortress , where the inhabitants have settled in all the periods in which they felt a need to defense. The evidence of these settlements are now partly visible on the summit of the rock : the Bronze Age huts on four overlapping levels ; structures of Greek and Roman Age ; urban plan of the second century. BC, thanks to the intensive tematic excavation began in the 50s . Until the mid- sixteenth century, the fortress of the Castle , the Citta'de in the old folk tradition , retained its natural appearance , consisting of rocky cliffs to his full height and some parts of the fortification on top of them. On the north side , the fortifications have incorporated the tower defense Pouncing Norman Age , which had included a tower of the Greek age , probably of the fourth century . BC , which is still visible along its entire height . The different sections in which the museum is articulated and its infrastructure (offices , library, stores , additional services, etc. . ) , Are located in different historic buildings, in addition to also manufactured twentieth-century fascist internment camp . The museum consists of six halls , which accommodate respectively : the Prehistory Section , the epigraphical section , the section of smaller islands , the Classical Section , Section Volcanological , the Department of Paleontology of the Quaternary, documents and illustrates , through the complex of finds exposed , human settlements and the development of successive civilizations , in the Aeolian Archipelago , from prehistory to the threshold of the Modern Age . The scientific path is facilitated by the rich and comprehensive didactic apparatus which is divided into two levels: captions with red characters , provide in Italian and English essential information in a quick visit ; explanatory text with black characters , provide in Italian extensive and detailed information to a visit reasoned and scientifically complete .


Loc. LIPARI - SICILIA  Navigatore
10 Km from L'ARIANA
Altitude: 438 mt. a.s.l.  Area Malfa, Vulcano Piano, Patti
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Stunning cobalt sea, windswept mountains and a charming film about a postman go some way to explaining why the Aeolians (Isole Eolie) are the European Holy Grail for island-lovers. The seven islands of Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Alicudi and Filicudi are part of a huge 200km volcanic ridge and lie between the smoking stack of Mt Etna and the threatening mass of Vesuvius above Naples. Collectively, the islands exhibit a unique range of volcanic characteristics, which earned them a place on Unesco's World Heritage list in 2000. This is an area of extraordinary natural beauty but, unfortunately, the word is out, so visit out of season if you can



Sicily is the largest Italian Island, separated from the continent by the Strait of Messina and lapped by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas. It is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered, understood and experienced through a series of itineraries dedicated to all tastes ranging from nature to history and tradition. Nature seems to have endowed all of its wonders to this land: mountains, hills and above all the Mediterranean Sea, with its incredible colours, its crystal-clear water and the beauty of its seabeds, in no way inferior to those of other seas. Here, the Mediterranean Sea, with its many little islands scattered around the coasts of Sicily, offers unique and intense sceneries, scents and flavours of an uncontaminated nature. Last but not least, are the great volcanoes, symbols of the irresistible exuberance of this incredibly charming region. The fascination of this region grows with the precious archeological vestiges that tell the story of the ancient origins of Trinacria (ancient name for Sicily). The provinces of the region are: Palermo (regional capital), Agrigento, Catania, Caltanissetta, Enna, Messina, Ragusa, Siracusa and Trapani.