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Cala Junco

Isola di Panarea, 98100, Sicily, Italy
0039 (2) 467615280
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Gorgeous scenery below and ancient village

Crystal clear water in a small cove, surrounded by gorgeous rocky areas. On the point overlooking... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Brian B
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Waco, Texas
A Must See

Beautiful hike, and not too difficult. I would recommend going around sunset, as this vantage point... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2016
Ms. Samantha G
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New York
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Isola di Panarea, 98100, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Crystal clear water in a small cove, surrounded by gorgeous rocky areas. On the point overlooking the cove is a bronze age settlement where the stone walls are still visible. It's an easy hike of about 15 minutes or so from Cala Zimmari, at the...More

Thank Brian B
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Beautiful hike, and not too difficult. I would recommend going around sunset, as this vantage point is one of the most beautiful on the island during this time of the day.

Thank Ms. Samantha G
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

Lovely bay, super clear water, nicely secluded. Be careful anchoring, we got fined for being just inside. And good reasons, there seems to be a specific seaweed which need protection. But super spot.

Thank Julianhkg
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Great small bay on Panarea island, small stone beach, not easy to get into the water and back. Incredible transparent sea, nice cliffs

Thank DimsBodnis
Reviewed 15 July 2016 via mobile

Really nice cala with exceptional crystal clear waters. Good for some recreational fun snorkeling. Go early in the morning or in the afternoon before sunset. It tends to get quite crowded especially end July August. It's a must in Panarea. Look for the boat selling...More

Thank Alessio L
Reviewed 11 July 2016

A very beautiful stop but mandatory for daytripping boats so it is always busy in summer. There are better spots for swimming in the Aeolians and even in Panarea. The bay on the north side of San Pietro out of sight of the town for...More

Thank Simon T
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

Panarea doesn't fail to surprise...wonderful sea , nature , housing and beautiful people ..swimming is recommended..shoppers prices on the high side

Thank Adrian G
Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

We were with our 5 years old so we took a taxi (golf cart) from the harbor to the stop of the restaurant Zimmari (9 euro) then we walked for 10 minutes to Cala Junco since this is the only way to get there. Because...More

1  Thank moglie08
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Cala Junco is my favorite place on Panarea, and anybody who is reasonable fit should visit it. The walk probably takes about an hour from the Panarea port (it could be faster, but we kept stopping all the time to take photos). The first 45...More

3  Thank Alenchik
Reviewed 3 August 2015

my headline basically sums up our little outing. There is not an awful lot to see when you get ton the prehistoric settlement but the walk there is good (lots of stairs - so a minimum of physical fitness is required) and the views of...More

Thank haggis_dxb
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Alan T
How old are the ruins?
3 March 2015|
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Response from Fondoambiente | Property representative |
Dear Alana, Panarea was inhabited since the Superior Neolitic Age and the pre-historic village belongs to the Bronze Age. It was perhaps the biggest island, but now it is the smallest in the Eolian Islands (only 3.4 square... More
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