Therasia Resort is a beautiful hotel located on the charming island of Vulcano, one of the seven Aeolian Islands, just off the coast of Sicily. Large luxurious rooms and a relaxing, rejuvenating spa make Therasia Resort the perfect Mediterranean retreat.
At a Glance
The hotel is nestled in the Vulcanello promontory and affords stunning views across to the islands of Lipari
The two restaurants, 'L’Arcipelago' and 'Il Cappero' offer mouth-watering traditional Sicilian and Mediterranean specialities
The hotel is surrounded by some fantastic walks and mountain bike trails across the local rugged terrain
Stunning seawater infinity swimming pool
Extensive treatment list in the well equipped Wellness Spa
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To start planning your vacation to Therasia Resort
The hotel is nestled in the Vulcanello promontory and has stunning views across to the islands of Lipari. On a clear day you can see as far as the islands of Salina, Stromboli, Panarea, Alicudi and Filicudi. Many of the elegant, Mediterranean rooms have balconies or spacious terraces, which share this same stunning vista.
The two restaurants offer mouth-watering traditional Sicilian and Mediterranean specialities, with a strong emphasis on fresh seafood.
The Therasia spa offers the chance to relax and rejuvenate with its wide range of treatments and therapies; from seaweed-therapy to luxuriant face and body beauty treatments, they focus on using alchemic aromas, perfumed oils and advanced massage techniques designed to alleviate accumulated tiredness and stress.
Unwind and soak in the Aeolian sunshine beside the seawater infinity swimming pool, or take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear sea from the rocky platform beneath the hotel. For those preferring the beach, there is a courtesy shuttle bus to the black sand beach just a ten minute drive away, equipped with sun-loungers and parasols. For those wanting to explore the island, there are some fantastic walks or mountain bike trails across the rugged terrain.
The 95 comfortable and elegant rooms are decorated in a Mediterranean style and offer sea or garden views from a private balcony or terrace. The bathrooms are finished with black lavic stone and Silician terracotta tiling, in harmony with the nature of the island. All rooms and suites are equipped with satellite TV, individually controlled air-conditioning, mini bar, telephone and safe.
|De luxe Terrace Room with frontal sea view||
De Luxe rooms boast a large terrace shaded by the typical cannizzi” straw roofing, allowing you to sun-bathe in complete privacy while enjoying the marvelous sea views.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Therasia Resort. However, there are no specific facilities available for them.
The elegant L’Arcipelago restaurant specializes in traditional Sicilian cuisine, and is characterized by its carefully selected ingredients. The more informal Il Cappero restaurant overlooks the private bathing area, and offers a variety of grilled specialities, ideal for those who prefer a light lunch without compromising their taste buds. Other facilities include a seawater swimming pool, hydro-massage pool, sunbathing terrace with access to the sea and the relaxing Therasia Wellness Centre.
Location & Directions
Therasia Resort is situated on the northern tip of the island of Vulcano, one of the seven Aeolian Islands, approximately 1km from the beach and the center of Vulcano.
When to go
Sicily enjoys a blissful Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm springs and autumns. Even February, the coolest month, has average temperatures of 13°C, which means that any time of year is suitable.
If you want to go sightseeing around the island’s legendary historic and natural sites, October–November and March–June are reliably warm, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 26°C. July and August are blessed with glorious sunshine, and average temperatures of around 28°C.
August is peak tourist season, many businesses close for two or three weeks. This is when most Italians go on vacation, about 70% of the population takes their vacation at the same time, therefore hardly any work gets done in Italy during that period and beaches can be extremely crowded.