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Val Demone

The Northeast is a territory that offers the opportunity of a trip in symbols of identity and culture, characterised by international tourism, high class villages, and urban discoveries. Here, also reside a number of islands. The Aeolian Islands, with two active vulcanos. 

Stretching from Mount Etna to the northeast coast of Sicily is home to some stunning beaches and seascapes, many fascinating towns, including Taormina, and three separate mountain ranges, essentially continuations of the Appennini: the Peloritani Mountains to the east, the Nebrodi in the middle and the Madonie towards the west. With peaks rising to nearly 2,000m (6,000ft) the northeast coast area features some of Sicily's most beautiful landscapes, vast areas of agricultural land and myriad picturesque villages to explore.


The Aeolian Isalnds are uniquely beautiful, with two of the islands are active volcanoes, a wealth of history, wonderful sea-swimming, great beaches, stunning views, mountain and coastal walking galore, mouthwatering cuisine and luscious sweet dessert wines.

There are seven inhabited islands in this volcanic archipelago, each offering its own distinct atmosphere, sense of hospitality and charm. Filicudi, Alicudi, Salina, Vulcano, Lipari, Stromboli and Panarea.

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