Museo Archeologico Eoliano (Sezione Classica)
Highlights here include finds from Lipari's 11th-century BC necropolis, including a sizable collection of burial urns. There's also a...
Cattedrale di San Bartolomeo
A fine example of 17th-century baroque architecture, this church was built to replace the original Norman cathedral destroyed by...
In the sunken area opposite Lipari's cathedral, you can see the remains of a series of circular huts, the oldest of which date to the...
In business for over a century, Filippino is a mainstay of Lipari's culinary scene, considered by many the island's finest restaurant....
After the pirate Barbarossa rampaged through in 1544, murdering most of Lipari's men and enslaving the women, the island's Spanish overlords fortified Lipari by constructing a citadel (also known as the castle) around the town centre. The town has since moved downhill but much of the citadel's impregnable wall structure survives; it's an impressive sight, especially when seen from below.