Salina Bay

Salina is an island in the Aeolian Islands (known in Italian as Isole Eolie) north of Sicily, southern Italy. It is the second largest island in the archipelago and the greenest. The island of Salina is included on the World Heritage List because of its worth for vulcanology. It is composed of six volcanoes In terms of natural vegetation Salina has much to offer and is the first Aeolian island to have protected its environment with a nature reserve, known as the Riserva Naturale del Fossa delle Felci e dei Porri. Salina is the most fertile of all the Eolian Islands. For music and dancing during the summer, head right from the port and walk six minutes to reach resort RapaNui, which has a discoteca, tennis court, and mini hardtop soccer field. On the first Sunday in June, the population of Salina heads to Pollara for the Sacra del Cappero. Each restaurant and volunteering family brings its own special dish in which the cappero (caper) is prominently featured. Visitors are invited to contribute their own treats, an easy way to bond with the locals.

Hoppa offers an easy way for you and your friends to get around Salina.

Hopping on from Salina Bay

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