Da Massimo/Dolce Vita
One of Lipari's best-established agencies, well-positioned on a side street between Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Garibaldi....
One of Lipari Town's great pleasures is simply wandering its streets, lapping up the laid-back island atmosphere. Lipari's liveliest...
Museo Archeologico Eoliano (Sezione Vulcanologica)
Illustrates the Aeolians' volcanic geology.
Tucked down narrow Vico Selinunte, with a window where you can watch the chefs at work, this place serves everything from fancy pasta,...
Via Garibaldi 72 · interesting places nearby
La Cambusa information
Old seafaring prints and a menu of traditional fish staples give this little trattoria the cosy air of a retired fisherman's house. Diners crowd the street-side tables and cosy interior for unpretentious classics such as spaghetti ai pesce spada (with swordfish, tomatoes, capers and olives) and sarde a beccaficco (lightly fried sardines stuffed with breadcrumbs, raisins, pine nuts and parsley).