Alicudi is the second smallest of the Aeolian Islands, after Panarea. It is the very tip of an extinct volcano and is therefore very steep. The only transportation used here are mules. There are less than 100 inhabitants and it is the island with the least tourism out of the seven. There is only one restaurant, 2 grocery shops and a post office on the entire island. It is a place where you can come to seek isolation and deep contact with nature. Alicudi is fascinating and mysterious. By boat you can see the western side which is uninhabited. The coastline of this island is magnetic and captivating because of how untouched the Mediterranean nature has remained, without the slightest hint of what century you are in.