SAILING HOLIDAYS Aeolian Islands - Weekend sailing Aeolian
Cruises sailing Aeolian Islands - Weekend sailing Aeolian Sicily : Panarea , Alicudi , Filicudi , Stromboli , Vulcano , Lipari , Salina .
On this page information on vacations , cruises and weekend sailing Aeolian Islands in Sicily . A cruise sailing weekly or weekend in the company of skipper young , dynamic , experienced and friendly . Travel by sailboat in Sicily is an evocative , rich in history and flavors .


crociere croazia barca vela

Boarding / Landing : Acciaroli or Lipari Period : all year , from Saturday to Saturday for weeks embarkations custom . Cruise Duration : 3/7 or 14 days Type boat : Jeanneu voyage 42 ' - 3 double cabins 2 bathrooms / Comet 62 ' full optionals 3 double cabins 3 bathrooms Accommodation: double cabins What is included : skipper , boat rental, insurance rc , mooring and deboarding ( Acciaroli ) , final cleaning What is not included : transportation to and from the places of embarkation / disembarkation , fuel , marine galley .
nb do not make individual embarkations , only whole boat charter



Something Interesting On Aeolian Islands

For a SAILING holiday over the sea The island of Alicudi is the westernmost of the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands in Sicily and is located about 34 nautical miles west of Lipari. It is dominated by Mount Wire Harp; the plant is almost circular, with a surface area of ​​about 5 square kilometers, with steep and rugged coastline, and is the emerged part of an extinct volcano. In many homes are still exploited, to preserve food, the "refrigeraturi" small rooms with a small door, placed at the mouth of tunnels underground communications, from which emerge puffs of air at a constant temperature of about ten degrees. The island of Lipari is an island whose territory is divided in three municipalities of Santa Marina Salina, Malfa and Leni. In ancient times it was already known as Lipara, the largest island, is the emerged portion of a large volcanic complex which reaches 602 meters above sea level (Upstream Chirica situated in the north of the island). The oldest rocks outcropping on the island have an age of 223,000 years. Lipari must still be considered an active volcano. Currently the only evidence of volcanic activity are represented by fumaroles and hot springs. The island of Panarea, commonly called the island of celebrities, nightlife and youth, is the smallest island and the lesser of the Aeolian archipelago, as well as the oldest, and the islets of Basiluzzo, Spinazzola, Lisca Bianca, Dattilo, Bottaro, Lisca Nera and the rocks of Panarelli and ants, is a micro-archipelago between Lipari and Stromboli Island place on a single base submarine. The maquis of Panarea and remains of the agricultural vocation of the island (the disappeared vineyards that existed until the seventies) make this island an explosion of greenery and nature that make it unique.