After the pirate Barbarossa rampaged through in 1544, murdering most of Lipari's men and enslaving the women, the island's Spanish...
Museo Archeologico Eoliano (Sezione Classica)
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...
Bar La Precchia
If you fancy a late-night drink or simply want a prime people-watching perch during the passeggiata (evening stroll), pull up a chair...
In business for over a century, Filippino is a mainstay of Lipari's culinary scene, considered by many the island's finest restaurant....
Lonely Planet review
You simply can’t leave the Aeolian Islands without a small pot of capers and a bottle of sweet Malvasia wine. You can get both, along with meats, cheeses and other delicious goodies, at this gourmet grocery-deli just around the corner from the hydrofoil dock.