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038° 33.877' N , 014° 34.876' E
Famous for its archeological sites including ruins, millstone production site, and numerous terraces at Capo Graziano. Filicudi and Alicudi are much less developed for tourism and appear more agrarian.
Moor: The small port located at Filicudi is to small for most yacht. Mooring buoys are available but expensive. 50€ per day.
Ashore: within walking distance are a few shops and restaurants. Several restaurants, located up on the hillside, offer complimentary rides to and from the port.
Capo Graziano: hike towards the cape and explore the remains of a neolithic village, millstones, ancient plant terraces and stone walls.
Filo di Lorani: anchor offshore an isolated beach with trail up to an archaeological site, crystal clear waters and beach of pebbles.
Pecorini a Mare: picturesque bay with mooring buoys.
Fossa Felci: Hike in the nature reserve of Fossa Felci (774 mt), between ancient stone walls and native vegetation.
Grotta del Bue Marino: charming Grotto with crystal clear water near a small sea arch.
La Canna: great for snorkelling or scuba diving, scenic anchorage near sea stacks.