Alicudi and Filicudi

The westernmost islands of the archipelago, Alicudi and Filicudi are characterized by craters of extinct volcanoes, with fabulous wild environments and lush undersea sea beds. Filicudi can admire: the Faraglione La Canna (about 85 meters high), the Scoglio della Fortuna and the spectacular Grotta del Bue. The silent Alicudi (car traffic is forbidden), is the most "wild" island and you can discover incredible Mediterranean-like scenery, like the Scoglio della Galera.