Salina is next. It is the second largest island in the archipelago. From a distance Salina looks entirely green and it features two twin inactive volcanoes. More than 400 different types of plants grow here. Gastronomically, Salina is best known for three products: fish, capers and a sweet dessert wine called Malvasia delle Lipari. Visitors will be able to try only the finest of cuisines with so many homemade produce. The water is extremely clean and home to a wide variety of sea animals, plants, caves and submerged volcanic craters.
From one of the largest islands, the cruises continues down to one of the smallest. Panarea is the second smallest of the eight Aeolian Islands. It is a very fashionable island and that is what it is known for. There are thermal springs on the island located near villages. Scuba diving is a popular excursion, and you can even swim to a shipwreck. Panarea and the entire Aeolian chain were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000.