Lipari

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  • © wikimedia user Ji-Elle
  • Lipari island seen from Vulcano - © Wikimedia user kallerna
  • Lipari  - © wikipedia user Effems

Key information: Lipari

  • The largest Aeolian island is a verdant paradise and a walkers’ delight.
  • Lovely varied landscape and huge views.

Walkopedia rating

  • Walkopedia rating87
  • Beauty31
  • Natural interest15
  • Human interest10
  • Charisma31
  • Negative points0
  • Total rating87

Vital Statistics

  • Length: Your choice
  • Maximum Altitude: 594
  • Level of Difficulty: Variable
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WALK SUMMARY

The largest and most fertile of the Aeolian islands has a host of gorgeous paths to explore, through scented vegetation and small fields behind stone walls, with huge sea views as common backgrounds.

The finest views of all are from 594m Monte St Angelo, roughly at the centre of the archipelago.

Walk in approximately 1.5 hours from Lipari town to San Salvatore on the southern extreme of the island, and back around the western flank of 369m Monte Guardia.

See our Aeolian Islands page for more detail, including practicalities and photos. 

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Any person who is considering undertaking this walk should do careful research and make their own assessment of the risks, dangers and possible problems involved. They should also go to “Important information” for further important information.

Lipari  - © wikipedia user Effems

Anyone planning an expedition to this place should see further important information about this walk.

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