Photographer's Note

Panarea is the smallest of the Aeolian islands, but it is unique in its charm and beauty. A stay on the island offers pleasant walks with views of the surrounding islands. A walk to the southern tip of the island leads you to the promontory of Capo Milazzese.

Pictured on the upper right is Cala Junco - possibly the most beautiful cove in the Aeolian islands - with a natural pool of crystal clear water with changing colours: green, blue and turquoise -- surrounded by high basalt cliff walls and a rocky beach.

The steps along the long rock spine of land jutting out into the sea lead you to a prehistoric village where 23 oval stone huts from the Bronze Age (1400 BC) have been found. Archeologists have found Mycenaen pottery, grindstones, and crockery that were left as if the inhabitants had to flee suddenly and left everything as it was.

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