On this Island there are lots of beautiful marine caves. The most famous is the “Bue Marino” cave. Inside the cave you can admire light games and hear special sounds. In fact, the name of this cave derives from the sea sounds similar to that of a lowing ox. Along the route to Alicudi rises the “Canna”: an imposing 85 m high “faraglione” (stack), where a small statue representing the Virgin is placed.
For lovers of history and archaeology, along the side of Capo Graziano, the archaeological ruins of a prehistoric village dating back the Bronze Age can be seen.