Panarea is the smallest island of the Aeolian archipelago and is an incredible source of naturalistic and archaeological secrets.
Our path starts in the northeast area of Panrea, above the Calcara beach where we can observe smoking holes that give particular colour to the stones. Than we will start “climbing” to the Timpone del Corvo (421mt) from where is possible to see an impressive landscape of the islands…the way down is along a cliff surrounded by a gorgeous smelling mediterranean bush until we reach Calajunco and the bronze age village of Punta Milazzese, and back to the harbor.
Duration: 4 hours Difficulty: medium- 3/5
An easy walk that allows us discover little naturalistic and anthropological “worlds” : the path brings us to explore the south-east area above the village of Iditella, from where we see Stromboli and the little islets around Panarea, than we reach Calajunco and the bronze age village of Punta Milazzese, and back to the harbor.
Duration: 2,5 hours Difficulty: easy- 2/5