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Vulcano is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, 25 km off the north coast of Sicily. The island is one of seven small Aeolian Islands, a popular tourist destination in the summer. There are three volcanic centres on the island, though the last eruption was in 1890. Today the harbour lies where the flank of the middle volcano, Gran Cratere collapsed. Smoke wafts from the calderas, which evoked many Greek and Roman myths. Hot springs and therapeutic mud baths draw tourists, as, of course, do the beaches. Evidence of volcanism is seen in the sulphur-coated cliffs and scattered stone formations around the island.

Spend your time swimming off the dark-sand beaches, climbing a crater, sailing, or kayaking around the rugged coast. Wandering the island, or taking a bus to the south, you’ll find plenty of greenery, wild flowers, and vegetable gardens. The only town on the island is Porto di Levante, with a jetty for small vessels, ferries and hydrofoils; and right alongside are the mud baths (“Laghetto di Fanghi “) on “the hot beach”. Cover yourself with mud, and wash off in the warm sea water. It will take three hours to hike from Porto di Levante to Gran Cratere and back. At the top see the molten sulphur pool, the massive crater, and view all the Aeolian Islands – then finish with your mud bath. Bear with the smell of hydrogen sulphide. Shops and restaurants are few.

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