Lipari, Italy Morning Sunrise and fishing
Another wonderful day on the island of Lipari, this is always my favourite part of the day watching the sunrise to feel fresh, to be ready to tackle what needs to handled during the day ahead. 🙂 On this day I watched my family go out fishing on a perfect calm morning and what better way to share this by putting this video together.
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The Island of Lipari is a must visit to get away from the big city and enjoy the quiet time relaxing on the beach or visiting nearby islands. I have some great information below with links to wikipedia if you wish to read up more about the surrounding islands.
The present shape of the Aeolian Islands is the result of volcanic activity over a period of 260,000 years. There are two active volcanoes – Stromboli and Vulcano. The volcanic activity of steaming fumaroles and thermal waters are on most of the islands.
Scientifically the archipelago is defined as a volcanic arc. The origin of the Aeolian Islands is due to movement of the Earth’s crust as a result of plate tectonics. The African continental shelf is in constant movement towards Europe. The resulting collision has created a volcanic area with ruptures in the Earth’s crust with consequent eruptions of magma. The “Aeolian Arc” extends for more than 140 kilometres (87 miles), but the area of geological instability caused by the collision of Africa and Europe is much larger. It includes Sicily, Calabria, and Campania together with Greece and the Aegean islands.
The complex of the eight Aeolian Islands, covering an area of 1,600 square kilometres, originated from a great plain at the bottom of the Tyrrhenian sea. Emissions of lava from depths of up to 3,600 metres resulted in the formation of the Aeolian Islands, together with Ustica and a series of submarine volcanoes named Magnani, Vavilov, Marsili and Palinuro, as well as two that are unnamed.
If this Island interest you and wish to find out more about traveling here, check out the Lonely Planet guide link https://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/sicily/lipari I always enjoy reading the Lonely planet books to the destination I am going to. Check out the Lonely Planet Italy Travel Guide below.
Lonely Planet Italy (Travel Guide)
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