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Spectacular site for swimming, views and sunset

Probably the nicest spot in Salina with spectacular vertical high cliffs, shaped by volcanic flows... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2018
Naji H
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Geneva, Switzerland
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Capers Farm

We visited a capers farm, called Sapori Eoliani, in the beautiful town of Pollara. It really is a... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2017
Terry S
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Green Valley, Arizona
via mobile
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2 Jul 2018
“Spectacular site for swimming, views and sunset ”
22 Aug 2017
“Capers Farm”
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Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

Probably the nicest spot in Salina with spectacular vertical high cliffs, shaped by volcanic flows and centuries of wear and tear. The water is amazingly turquoise crystal clear and the cove and hill was the setting of the film Il Postino. No visit to Salina...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

We visited a capers farm, called Sapori Eoliani, in the beautiful town of Pollara. It really is a gem of a place where you can purchase fresh capers from the place where they are produced. The staff there is super friendly and the costs are...More

Thank Terry S
Reviewed 12 August 2017

we rented a boat for the week, and moored off several of the islands. This was one of my favorite spots for swimming. If you snorkel you won't see much but even the town was adorable!

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

It's a steep descent to the tiny beach which was the scene for the boats landing in 'Il Postino'. I was warned by a Swiss lady to watch out for the jelly fish lurking near the rock but enjoyed a lovely refreshing swim.

Thank Renate P
Reviewed 20 June 2017

I visited this spot from the sea by anchoring our sailboat and swimming, and later from land by parking my scooter on the street and walking down. It is spectacular. Don't miss stopping at the little town of Pollara.

Thank ACfromATX
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Very pleasant town to walk around skirted by palm trees & wide streets. A nice beach & nearby sand dunes make this a lovely spot on the Sicilian coastline.

1  Thank 380pb
Reviewed 27 January 2014

Mother nature sometimes surprises humanity with gems of this kind. Beautiful beach, one of the nicest we've ever visited. Crystal clear water, a pearl of a place. Right where we parked our bike there's the Postino's house, the place where Chilean poet Pablo Neruda lived...More

1  Thank creml001
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