Explore interesting sights in Lipari, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Lipari, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Lipari
1. Terme di San Calogero
The Terme di San Calogero is a spa located on the island of Lipari, in the Aeolian Islands, Sicily. The current establishment, which is located a few kilometers away from the inhabited centers, probably came into operation in 1872, for the exploitation of thermal springs known and used since ancient times. The plant has been closed since 1975 and since 2011 it has been used as a museum and exhibition area.
2. Chiesa del Santissimo Nome di Maria
The Church of the Holy Name of Mary is located in the district of Pirrera, on the island of Lipari. Dating back to 1589 at the behest of Bishop Martino d'Acugna, he was subsequently expanded and completed in 1908 under the pastoral guide of the canon Giovanni Paino, also thanks to the contribution of the Municipality of Lipari of a thousand lire.
3. Concattedrale di San Bartolomeo
Lipari Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Lipari in the Province of Messina, Sicily, dedicated to Saint Bartholomew. Formerly the episcopal seat of the diocese of Lipari, it has been since 1986 a co-cathedral in the Archdiocese of Messina-Lipari-Santa Lucia del Mela.
4. Chiesa delle Anime del Purgatorio
The church of the souls of Purgatory or Church of purgative souls is a cult building located in the center of the pier of the Penisotta del Purgatory overlooking the Ugo di Santonofrio square in Marina Corta, former Marina di San Giovanni di Lipari.
5. Chiesa di Sant'Antonio di Padova
The church of St. Anthony of Padua or church of Sant'Antonino is a place of worship located in Piazza Mazzini in the "Sottocastello" or "Sottomonatero" district, overlooking the port in the portion of the northern bay called Marina Lunga di Lipari.
6. Chiesa di San Giuseppe
The church of San Giuseppe is a cult building located at the end of the homonymous climb, located in the port area of Marina Corta in Lipari. As can be easily understood by the name, this church is dedicated to the cult of St. Joseph.
7. Faro di Strombolicchio
Strombolicchio is a sea stack of volcanic origin 2 km (1.2 mi) to the northeast of the island of Stromboli in the Aeolian Islands of Italy. Its name in the Sicilian language, Struognulicchiu, means Little Stromboli.
8. Chiesa di Maria Santissima delle Grazie
The church of Maria Santissima delle Grazie is a place of worship located in the fortress of the Castle of Lipari. The monument is located in the southern part of the castle, near the theatre and the necropolis.
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