It is connected to the Eolie islands by an efficient service of boats and hydrofoils.
Do not miss:
- The village: the oldest part of the town with a fortress dominating the medieval parts.
- The Sanctuary of S.Francesco di Paola founded by the saint during his stay in the city (1464).
- Madonna of Rosary Church, headquarters of the Inquisition Court until 1782.
- The “Aragonese” town walls (XV century): characterized by a beautiful entry portal in the form of a sharp arch.
- The Castle: built by Federico II d’Aragona, where you can enjoy a charming panoramic view of the Eolie islands and “del Tono” bay.
- The Church of Carmine with its beautiful portal (1620) and architrave sculptured as garlands and whirls.