Getting to the remote local of Salina requires some patience, but the payoff is well
worth it. Characterized by volcanic vistas, olive groves and tranquil sapphire waters,
this lush island remains relatively untouched by tourism but is ripe with raw beauty.
Beloved by jet-setters in the know, Salina is an Aeolian gem where life moves at
a leisurely pace. Whether it’s by basking on a pebbled beach or sipping a Negroni
hillside, the island reminds you to put down your phone and enjoy life’s simple
pleasures. Ready to really get away from it all? Read on for our recommendations on
where to eat, sleep and play in Salina, Italy.