Filicudi is a captivating small volcanic island located north-east of Sicily, Italy. It is one of the seven islands that make up the Aeolian Archipelago.
There are several small villages on the island, which include Pecorini Mare and Valdichiesa. Filicudi's lands are capable of producing wine, olive oil, grain and vegetables. In 1997, three quarters of Filicudi was turned into a Natural Reserve. During the 1970s Filicudi was rediscovered and populated by photographers and artists. Their perceptions brought the island into the focus of modern tourism.
The images below are colour illustrations of some unique spots around Filicudi.