and another house on filicudi


I already showed you two beautiful houses on the Italian island Filicudi, and here is another one! To be honest, I had never heard of this small island not far from Sciliy. But I have now added this island to my list of holiday destinations.

I love how the house is decorated: simple but beautiful. I guess you don’t need a lot of accessories and art works with a view like that!

(images by Adriano Bachella)

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7 Responses to and another house on filicudi

  1. Wow, can you imagine sitting out on that terrace overlooking the view?! Beautiful! Thanks for the tip – definately a place to see!

  2. Very lovely and mediterranean. I love it!

  3. I think it’s part of the aeolian islands….
    if so…I went there during my study abroad in florence. Lipari, Volcano….everything is so stunning there.

  4. Hi Samantha, you are right: Filicudi is one of eight islands that make up the Aeolian archipelago. I have never been there but it looks gorgeous. It is now on my list of places to visit!

  5. Filicudi is one of the Aeolian islands indeed – each island is ‘known’ for something. Panarea is the party island, Stromboli has black sandy beaches, Alicudi and Filicudi are the ‘posh’ ones, with more high end tourism… Lipari is the biggest, and I believe the only one to have a school. I was in Filicudi 15 years ago or so, and at the time there were only a handful of cars, as petrol was hard to come by, and only salt-water swimming pools (not enough drinking water to fill them!). It is absolutely gorgeous. And great capers and figs (but not much else in terms of food, as everything has to come from mainland Sicily). :)

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  7. Hello,
    somebody know some accomodation like this? i’m looking for a house for two weeks in August (2012) in Filicudi island. Please if somebody have something for me or just a contacts…please write me in my mail.
    My holidays already start and i want go there. =)
    Thank all so much.

    Laura

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