"At Alicudi we bite": the obscure Italian island not all locals want you to visit

Mar 29, 2021 340

BY: James Booth

Italy is ripe with unplucked earth. From Camogli to Matera, there are a lot of aqua waters and rural escapes locals don’t want you to pollute. In this Bat Kiss ravaged era, one of these offbeat gems been getting quite a bit of press though: Italy’s Aeolian islands. These include: Lipari, Vulcano, Panarea, Salina, Alicudi, Filicudi and Stromboli.

These islands are part of a small, lucky group of remote locations, which remain coronavirus-free a year after the pandemic first wrapped up the world, CNN Travel reported in February. They are part of a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily.

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SOURCE: https://www.dmarge.com

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