Da Massimo/Dolce Vita
One of Lipari's best established agencies, well-positioned on a side street between Via Vittorio Emanuele and Via Garibaldi. Specializes...
Around the Cattedrale di San Bartolomeo are a couple of other ruined baroque churches, but the real area of interest is the...
Museo Archeologico Eoliano (Sezione Vulcanologica)
This perennial local favourite is hidden down narrow Vico Selinunte. Food runs from high-quality wood-fired pizzas to exquisite pastas,...
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. Locals and visitors crowd the sidewalk tables and squeeze into the tiny interior for unpretentious classics such as spaghetti ai gamberetti (with prawns) and sarde a beccaficco (lightly fried sardines stuffed with breadcrumbs, raisins, pine nuts and parsley).