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This small island was beautiful. It had walking trails with the serene surroundings, which also led to ruins that were on the edge of cliffs.. It had gorgeous views of Stromboli. We walked everywhere, no cars are used for transportation. The restaurants were very good,...More
The scenery at the beach is breathtakingly beautiful and it's well worth the hassle. The problem starts when one wants to have a swim at this beautiful location as one can experience swarming broods of jellyfish. Maybe it's the season or maybe it's the global...More
Theres a set of stairs at the end of the "Sandy Beach - Spiaggia Zimmari" that are fairly steep and take you to the Bronze Age village prehistorico which is quite interesting. You can then walk down the steps to Cala Junco which is a...More
Cala junco as a beautful setting. Clear water beaches on both sides and magnificent view with some aeolian islands and further away sicily dhore and the ethna. It is 40 min walj each way from the harbur - for most peole it is highly recommended...More
my boyfriend and i went to the bay two times during our stay in panarea. the bay is rocky and there are no facilities there but it is worth a visit. from the main harbour it is about 45 minutes walk and the trail is...More
The trip to Cala Junco was one of the highlights of my holiday in Panarea. The hike is not difficult and took roughly 15-20 minutes (although much of this time was spent taking photos of the wonderful scenery along the way!) There is a bronze...More
Crystal clear water in a small cove, surrounded by gorgeous rocky areas. On the point overlooking the cove is a bronze age settlement where the stone walls are still visible. It's an easy hike of about 15 minutes or so from Cala Zimmari, at the...More
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Dear Alana, Panarea was inhabited since the Superior Neolitic Age and the pre-historic village belongs to the Bronze Age. It was perhaps the biggest island, but now it is the smallest in the Eolian Islands (only 3.4 square... More
Dear Alana, Panarea was inhabited since the Superior Neolitic Age and the pre-historic village belongs to the Bronze Age. It was perhaps the biggest island, but now it is the smallest in the Eolian Islands (only 3.4 square Km)!