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The Therasia Resort; An exclusive shelter for a luxurious rest in the pure nature of Vulcano Island

Tatiana Rokou - 12 December 2012, 10:37

The hotel's stunning location boasts views over the entire Aeolian Islands; Lipari, the largest of the islands with its majestic Faraglioni, and the islands of Salina, Stromboli, Panarea, Alicudi and Filicudi, all within easy access by hydrofoil.

The Therasia Resort rises on the magical island of Vulcano, one of the seven Aeolian Islands: an oasis where the wild nature meets the soft and elegant lines of the white structure, characterized by an Arabic style standing out against the promontory of Vulcanello.

The hotel's stunning location boasts views over the entire Aeolian Islands; Lipari, the largest of the islands with its majestic Faraglioni, and the islands of Salina, Stromboli, Panarea, Alicudi and Filicudi, all within easy access by hydrofoil.

The Therasia resort is the ideal location for lovers of the Mediterranean, offering relaxing stays in intimate, elegant surroundings.

The structure is made of local materials: lava stone from Etna, Sicilian terracotta and cedar and olive wood. The attentive interior design makes Therasia a paradise of elegance and exclusivity with attention to the smallest detail in each corner of the hotel. The style and tasteful elegance give the resort a warm yet discreet atmosphere.

The resort has 97 comfortable and elegant rooms, some of them with terrace and Jacuzzi pool, a modern spa centre, ideal for spending relaxing moments, two swimming pools, two restaurants and a recently renewed meeting area.

For lovers of fitness and nature, the resort offers long walks and outdoor workouts in the gardens adorned with cactus plants and palms originating from all over the world, however thriving as if in their original habitat.

For trekking lovers, the ascent up to the Gran Cratere (approx. 50 mins) is recommended, and allows visitors to discover the southern point of the island and enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Aeolian group. The path up to the crater winds up the mountain overlooking the peninsula of Vulcanello, Lipari and Salina on the left, with Alicudi and Filicudi in the distance and Panarea on the right, and the fuming Stromboli in the background.
Other than trekking, the island is an ideal destination for diving trips, where unique excursions can be taken. Diving schools operate according to national and international guidelines of diving agencies.

The island also offers a variety of entertainment, with its local nightlife and lively centre with shops and outdoor bars. Visitors can also explore the nightlife in the nearby islands with a nightly boat service to Panarea and Lipari. Other than boat excursions to the other Aeolian Islands, visitors can also hire boats and explore the numerous coves and bays of the island at their own leisure.

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