- 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom
- Sea Front Villa
- Pet friendly on request
- About Aeolian Islands
Villa Diana is located on the island of Lipari, on top of a hill overlooking the northern coast of Sicily and with a breathtaking view of the Tyrrhenian Sea. This elegant holiday villa on the Aeolian Islands is surrounded by typical Mediterranean vegetation and protected by high hills of volcanic rocks that gently slope towards the sea. What makes Villa Diana special is its authentic Aeolian style with a magnificent location and spectacular views.
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Good to know
From Milazzo (the nearest harbour to the Aeolian Islands, on the north coast of Sicily): you can reach Filicudi by
ferry or hydrofoil. There are several trips a day all year round.
From Reggio Calabria and Messina: there are several hydrofoil trips a day all the year-round, with some stops
in the other islands.
From Napoli (change in Salina or Lipari): By ferry, with Siremar, twice a week in the winter and up to 6 trips in
the summer; by hydrofoil, Ustica Lines, once or twice a day, only in the summer (10 June/20 Sept.), stopping in
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Weekly prices 2023 till 6 guests
05-26/08 euro 5.750,00
26/08-02/09 euro 4.440,00
02-23/09 euro 3.750,00
Lipari is the largest island of the Aeolian Islands. It is a place of continuous discovery and to enjoy its architectural and natural wonders you need to dedicate a lot of time to it.
Lipari offers all kinds of attractions, it is a suitable destination for families and young people who are also looking for nightlife. Having the ability to move around with a vehicle, car, moped or bicycle, allows you to reach places of disarming beauty …
For example, to see the Archaeological Museum which houses one of the most important archaeological collections in the world. Among the objects of greatest interest, the collection of comedy masks, the works of the unknown “painter of Lipari” and the various artifacts found in the sea or the Archaeological Park of Contrada Diana where the vestiges of the Lipari town are preserved starting from the Neolithic. Among other things, the remains of the Greek fortifications and the hypogea from the Roman era.