Capofaro Malvasia & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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... the last island i visit. Its only a 10 minute ferry ride. The moment you step off the ferry all you smell is sulphur gas. My visit to Vulcano island is to climb to the top of the volcano. Takes just under an hour, and it is tough going in parts. The views are worth the pain and sweat. The little village is pretty cool, and has a very relaxed atmosphere. By the end of the day you dont notice the sulphur gas smell any more.
... ride along lightly traveled but narrow, steep and windy roads. We had lunch at a fantastic place Karen had heard about. Since it's out of season, there were very few people at the restaurant. We made friends with a couple from Palermo. Their table was cluttered with the remains of what appeared to be a feast, complete with an empty champagne bottle and wine carafes. Ah, la dolce vita! There was an accordion sitting on a nearby ...
... book out of hotel and ferry leaving. So waiting in a bar having a milk drink. Thought I'd preferred a frappe, which was advertised on the sign board outside. When I ordered it the wAitir looked at me like I was crazy. So I said freddo, which is cold. He said gusto? Henry said si, I ended up with a milk shake. ThTs fine. Trying to make it last 2 hours is ...
... from here is a stony beach which is breathlessly beautiful. Some locals kept say "medusa", I worked out this meant jellyfish. As I wasn't swimming with giggles I didn't fancy risking getting stung by medusa. Many yachts were anchored in this bay and people just came and went. A young Italian man tried to make a chair from the rocks, joking with me that he was an ...
... it is a novelty. There are little fish visible in the shallows as I paddle about. On the sea front there are a few houses and fishing boats. Lots of nets similar to cray nets are everywhere. The taxi driver told us tat on this side of the island they cultivate olives and on the other side, where we came from this morning, it's all grapes for the sweet Malvasia ...