Bronze Age Village
Lonely Planet review
Head south to Punta Milazzese, about a 30-minute walk past a couple of beaches, to see the Bronze Age Village, made up of 23 huts, which was discovered in 1948. It is reckoned that the headland here was inhabited as far back as the 14th century BC, while pottery found at the site shows distinctly Minoan influences, lending credence to the theory that there were ties between the islanders and the Cretans. The artefacts found here are on display in the Museo Archeologico Eoliano on Lipari.