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LIPARIMeteo Station on Sottomonastero Click on the image to go to the webcams      STROMBOLI Webcam1: Punta Labronza 400m slm (INGV Catania) – GMT Webcam2 (infrarosso): Punta Labronza 400m slm (INGV Catania) – GMT VULCANO ... Continue Reading →

Live weather data in Lipari, Aeolian and Milazzo

Weather conditions live from Lipari and Milazzo (wind, rain, temperature)Meteo station of Eolnet in Sottomonastero Lipari (data in real time) Sottomonastero – Lipari  – - ... Continue Reading →

Live weather data in Lipari, Aeolian and Milazzo

Weather conditions live from Lipari and Milazzo (wind, rain, temperature) - ... Continue Reading →

The volcanoes

The volcanic activity of the Aeolian Islands  On the other islands are found only modest  activities fumarolic  and esalative, while the seismic activity that characterizes them is much lower than the most active volcanic areas. The last eruption of Lipari dates back to 580 BC, while a volcano is the most recent eruption occurred in 1888-1890. In recent […] ... Continue Reading →

Stromboli wave 2003

Stromboli wave 2003 ... Continue Reading →

Stromboli with the civil protection 14/1/2003

Stromboli with the civil protection 14/1/2003 ... Continue Reading →

Eolie photo gallery

Eolie photo gallery ... Continue Reading →

The history of the Aeolian Islands

An ancient historyFrom the book “The Aeolian islands” published by the Tourist office – LipariThe history of the Aeolian islands is basically identical to that of the island of Lipari. The first human settlers came there from Sicily in the Middle Neolithic period (from the fourth millenim BC), in small rudimentary boats. They were farmers […] ... Continue Reading →

The plant landscape of the Aeolian islands

The formation of the  Aeolian Islands took place during the last 500,000 years (second the last datings made by volcanologists) and, unlike many Mediterranean islands, total autonomy in relation to land nearby, with which the archipelago seems not be ever came into contact area. The populations of plants and animals that are hosted in  Aeolian […] ... Continue Reading →

The fauna of the Aeolian Islands

The formation of the main volcanic Aeolian arch took place during the last 500,000 years (second the last  datings made by volcanologists) and, unlike many Mediterranean islands, total autonomy in relation to land nearby, with which the archipelago seems not be ever came into contact area. The populations of plants and animals that are hosted in    […] ... Continue Reading →