Lipari, Salina, Vulcano, Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea and Stromboli: the seven pearls composing the magnificent archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, off the northern coast of Sicily. These volcanic islands emerge like splinters of stone from the dark blue of the sea, forged by the fire and swept by the winds. Wild beauty, unspoiled nature and authentic athmospheres make this archipelago one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site for their beauty and their volcanic activity, the Aeolians are a magic place where history is mixed with myth, where you can climb volcanos, visit prehistoric villages or go fishing with the local fishermen. A place full of stories and myths from prehistoric times, enriched over time by the transit of seamen, artists and historians, who left a thin and precious trail. The name of the islands, per se, betrays the mythological origin of this paradise. In fact, it is told that it was the dwelling of Aeolus, God of the winds.