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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Stromboli Ferry Port

  • Stromboli Ferry Port Address

    Scari, Ficogrande - Stromboli

  • Stromboli Accommodation

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Stromboli Guide

What is there to do in Stromboli?

It’s rare for an island adorning an active volcano to elevate into such a prominent holiday destination, but the languid pace and enigmatic allure prove too tempting for many who visit Italy’s smaller islands. Much of the island has been blackened from the constant stream of volcanic eruptions, however, the north-eastern region of Stromboli remains untouched, remaining fully inhabited throughout the centuries and demonstrates the appeal emanating from the charming cafes and welcoming restaurants. The limited inhabitable villages mean that is only plausible to visit for a day or two, though the friendly, warm atmosphere flowing around the colourful buildings evinces love at first sight for most visitors. Whilst in the northern corner, it is almost compulsory to visit the black beaches that decorate the coastline, curling elegantly around the rugged landscape. As beautiful as the island may appear, bear in mind the practical difficulties; there is no original water supply and electricity is in short supply.

How do you get around Stromboli?

It is only a kilometre from one side of the island to another, so the primary option for transport is on two feet.

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