Villas in Aeolian Islands for rent

Choosing your villa for rent in Aeolian Islands, the only thing you will have to think about is finding the place that best meets your desires and has the comforts you are looking for. Whether you want a holiday made up of parties and events, a naturalistic adventure or the peace of the silence and the calm of the island’s rhythms, we will find the perfect villa for you, always ensuring you a breathtaking view. Our solutions are always in perfect harmony with the environment and you will find in our villas the typical style of the island you are on.


By renting one of our villas for rent in Aeolian Islands you can easily reach Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea, Salina, Lipari, Vulcano and Stromboli, all the islands that make up the wonderful Aeolian archipelago. For some decades the Aeolian Islands have been included in the UNESCO world heritage, these islands make up a truly heterogeneous archipelago, both in the physical aspect of the territory and in what concerns the standard of living of the inhabitants and tourists. It is possible to tour the entire archipelago in a couple of days, but we give you the opportunity to stay on the perfect island for you. Filicudi and Alicudi are the wildest and most unspoiled islands, contact with nature is, there, a real immersion both on land and in the seabed, rich in flora and fauna and where it is possible to go on guided dives. Then we have Panarea, Salina and Lipari the most touristic islands rich in social life and festivals, as well as Michelin-starred restaurants; finally Vulcano and Stromboli, volcanic islands with black beaches and still active volcanoes. The sea of ​​these islands is crystalline and flourishing, the pureness of the place is jealously protected by the islanders who allow these islands to preserve their poetry and beauty.

Browsing our catalog of villas in Aeolian Islands for rent you can immerse yourself in the beauty and comfort of our wonderful villas, and choose the perfect one for your dream vacation. We would like to remind you that, whatever island you decide to stay on, all the others of the archipelago can be reached in a very short time of navigation.