It is a little wilder and more worldly than you might expect. This makes it ideal for people who are looking for the intense of the essentials and love the unpolluted natural world. Filicudi Porto is home to the three largest population inhabited areas of Filicudi. Valdichiesa, Pecorini a Mare and Filicudi Porto are connected by a picturesque street. The main source of income in the area is tourism and the cultivation and sale of figs and capers.

Have a look at Filicudi by Roberto Zingales The Neolithic village Capo Graziano is a small promontory located about half an hour from the port.

It is located in the southern part of Filicudi and is a key location for Aeolian archaeology. Capo Graziano is a terrace located at 100m above the sea level. It houses the remains of around thirty oval huts. The village was a vibrant centre of production and trade in goods. It was founded around 2,000 BC by the Mycenae in Greece. The archaeological museum in Lipari documents the history of Capo Graziano’s civilization, which was studied over 500 years. The beautiful little beach of Le Punte is located below the promontory. It’s made of large rounded pebbles. Accessible from the main street in Filicudi via stairs that lead directly to the ocean, it can be accessed by the steps.

Excursions: boat trip around the island, visiting the “Cave of the Bue marino”, the “La canna” sea stack, the islands of the Elefante and Montenassari as well as the “Scoglio della fortuna”.

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