A day spent on a boat, discovering the hidden coves and crystal-clear waters, is an experience that generates unique emotions and sensations, making it the perfect complement to a perfect vacation.
Panarea is part of a micro-archipelago composed of charming islets rich in enchanted bays and towering cliffs, and is located a short distance from the other Aeolian Islands.
Our Charter Service
At Art B&B Panarea, guests have the privilege of booking a boat that will be at their disposal for one or more days.
Baia 60 – charter
The Baia 60 – Daily rental rates with skipper are available for guests from June to September, from 10:00am to 6:30pm.
- Adults: 8
Baia 60 and Daily Dinghy
We provide Art B&B Panarea guests with two boats: a Bat 8-meter fast dinghy with Honda 250 hp engine, maximum capacity 12 people and an 18-meter Baia 60 speedboat.
Motorboat Baia 60
starting from € 1,500.00
BAT inflatable boat
for the exclusive use of Art B&B Panarea customers
Prices for aperitif per person
For more information and for reservations please ask at the front desk
Aeolian Islands Archipelago
Lipari is the largest island in the archipelago. Human presence in the archipelago dates back to a very ancient period. Prehistoric peoples were certainly attracted by the presence of large quantities of obsidian, a glassy substance of volcanic origin, thanks to which the Aeolian Islands were at the center of flourishing trade routes.
Panarea is the smallest and lowest island in the Aeolian archipelago, as well as the oldest. It is a micro-archipelago located between Lipari and the island of Stromboli, on a unique submarine base.
Alicudi is the westernmost of the Aeolian archipelago. It is located about 34 nautical miles (almost 63 km) west of Lipari. The island’s beaches are stony and rocky. Winter storms cause them to move back and forth, sometimes leaving some areas of black sand.
Filicudi is the fifth largest island in the Aeolian archipelago. The second westernmost island in the archipelago, after Alicudi. Located about 24 nautical miles west of Lipari and dominated by Mt. Fossa Felci, an extinct volcano 773 mt above sea level.
Stromboli reaches 926 meters above sea level and is 2000 meters deep, has persistent explosive activity and is one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
Strombolicchio, a vestige of an ancient volcanic chimney, is located a few hundred meters northeast of the island of Stromboli. The islet houses an automated, solar-powered marine lighthouse.
Vulcano. Mythology says that on this island existed the forges of Hephaestus, a fire god and blacksmith who had the Cyclops as his helpers.
Salina is the most fertile and water-rich island. Precious grapes are grown from which Malvasia di Lipari, a sweet-tasting wine, and capers exported all over the world.