The context is that of the basalt lava beads of the lower Tyrrhenian Sea: The Aeolian Islands
The climate is determined by the constant blow of a light mistral wind, which ensures an optimum breeze regime, from spring to late autumn.
The vegetation is that typical for a Mediterranean island which explodes into a rainbow of colors starting with the month of April and spreads through the streets the scent of brooms, capers and jasmine.
The island is that of Salina, in the center of the Aeolian islands constantly connected (a hydrofoil each half an hour) with Panarea and Stromboli on the one hand, and with Filicudi Alicudi on the other one. It is located at an hour and a half by hydrofoil from Milazzo up to three and a half hours by ferry with two shipping companies. If you do not travel there by car, a very efficient mini-cars and scooter rental is available upon arrival.