Boarding scheduled for Friday, we get the galley and then we set sail to head to Vulcano, here we can decide whether to enjoy the hot and therapeutic muds or take an excursion on the volcano, or both. If it gets late we leave the next morning.
We continue towards Lipari where you can also swim if you want. The first stop (on the largest island of the Aeolian Islands) are the pumice quarries, which have been closed for years, but the sea has remained white, a spectacle that can only be matched by the Maldives.
Forward towards Salina (the Postman's island) is there a few miles away, here a nice bathroom maybe in Pollara, famous because Pablo Neruda lived here.
Route to Filicudi. If we're lucky the dolphins will keep us company! Filicudi is sparsely populated, fishermen and VIPs in search of peace. The town is small, the roads climb up and the sea is transparent. A barrel bath at sunset and then at anchor in Pecorini, a beautiful village full of gastronomic offers with Sicilian specialties.
If you want to see the Sciara, or the Stromboli fire, you must leave early. On the way a swim in Panarea (famous for its nightlife and loved by VIPs) then head north to get to Stromboli at sunset. And in Stromboli, on the last night of our tour, you don't sleep waiting for the red lava flow that leaves you with bated breath as you slide towards the sea from the crater. After that we just have to go back to the starting point bringing with us the indelible images of this wonderful tour thanking (if it was propitious) Aeolus.