The Beaches and what to see in Vulcano, Aeolian Islands
For those who love taking photographs that will frame the memory of their vacation, or simply of stunning views, Capo Grillo offers the opportunity to enjoy the wider Vulcano landscape with the horizon that encloses all the Islands.
The famous mud of Volcano, at the Port of Levante, is popular with tourists for the known healing properties for the skin, despite the strong smell of sulfur that at first glance might annoy. Before arriving to the main beach in Volcano, near the stacks, we can witness a curious volcanic phenomenon: the gurgle of marine waters.
Port of Ponente joins Port of Levante by a narrow strip of land, where the sea takes on a wonderful emerald, while the black beach owes its color to the volcanic ash. From there it is not far to reach Vulcanoello, a small crater formed around 180 BC, from which different eruptions have continued through the centuries.
Having given birth to the Valley of Mostri, it is an area where the lava stones have assumed unusual and bizarre forms that appear to reproduce the shapes of animals and mysterious figures. In the southern part of the island you should not miss a dip in the waters of the beautiful beach of Asino.