Borgo Santa Marina in Salina
The Borgo di Santa Marina a Salina is located on the slopes of Monte Fossa delle Felci, an ancient extinct crater covered with luxuriant vegetation. The village is a network of small streets with characteristic white houses and is home to one of the two tourist ports on the Island of Salina. The village takes its name from the patron saint of the island. It is a typically seaside village that bases its economy on fishing and the cultivation of vines, it produces the famous Malvasia wine, and prickly pears.
In the western part of the country, in locality "Serro dell 'Acqua", a very suggestive path leads up to the Saracen Caves.