The Aeolian archipelago is composed by: Vulcano, Lipari, Stromboli, Salina, Panarea, Alicudi e Filicudi.
• VULCANO: it is an island 21 square kilometers, located 20 km north of Sicily. Although the last eruption occurred in 1888 - 1890, the volcano never ceased to give proof of its vitality.
• LIPARI: the largest island of the archipelago; it is a place known for its beautiful clear waters and for the remarkable archaeological finds.
• STROMBOLI: it is an island 12,2 square kilometers; Stromboli has a persistent explosive activity and it is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Those who look for tranquility can visit this island; one of the major tourist attraction is the lack of night lighting in the streets. Through boats it's possible to reach at night and moved to the nearby Panarea, the rock of Strombolicchio and Ginostra.
• SALINA: the second largest island of the archipelago; it is divided into three town halls: Santa Marina, Malfa and Leni. Salina is the most fertile island of the Aeolian archipelago and rich in water; another important resource for the island is tourism.
• PANAREA: It is the smallest island of the Aeolian archipelago and the less elevated. Commonly known as the island of VIP, it is the Sicilian island most frequented by tourists in the summer time.
• ALICUDI: the island of Alicudi is the westernmost of the Aeolian archipelago with an area of about 5 square kilometers. The houses are divided into six main clusters, reachable only by mule track. Tourism is an important item of the island economy.
• FILICUDI: The island of Filicudi is the fifth largest island in the Aeolian archipelago, dominated by Mount Fossa Felci, an extinct volcano. Filicudi is under the protection of UNESCO, as World Heritage Site.