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Aeolian Islands Day Trip from Taormina: Lipari and Vulcano
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Aeolian Islands Day Trip from Taormina: Lipari and Vulcano

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See the stunning Aeolian Archipelago on this day trip to the islands of Vulcano and Lipari from Taormina. Take a motorboat across the turquoise waters to the UNESCO-listed chain of volcanic islands. Enjoy free time to explore, kicking back with a mud bath in Vulcano, cooling off with a swim in the Tyrrhenian Sea or checking out the Lipari Archaeological Museum for a bit of island history. Your day concludes with transportation back to Taormina.
US$92.68 per adult
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DiamondTrina wrote a review Aug 2015
UK45 contributions20 helpful votes
Not much there really, but interesting if you like geology. Worth taking a look if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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francesco g wrote a review Sep 2014
altrincham94 contributions36 helpful votes
I had a walk, along with my wife, to have a look: surrounded by estates (no entry, for residents only) there are just a few volcanic rocks, covered with spray painting writings, resembling, as they use to say, "monsters"...Don't waste your time over there!
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Date of experience: August 2014
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digitaldanuk wrote a review Sep 2014
Woodford Halse, United Kingdom36 contributions7 helpful votes
We learned about this after having arrived at the island so it wasn't on our original list of things to sea. But having seen it mentioned we thought we'd check it out as it looked quite interesting with the rock formations. Finding the Valle dei Mostri was a bit difficult as it wasn't particularly well sign-posted after the main town signs stopped, but we found it after following our noses really. It was quite an interesting spot to see really though the formations weren't as big as we were expecting. Suggest going when the sun is not at its highest otherwise you will melt if you're walking to them! 6pm is a good time or early morning.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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