Where does one live in Panarea? Outside! Amongst beauty. In the sun, in the wind, among the sea’s toning fragrance.
And the Nonna Cecilia Bed & Breakfast in Panarea seems made specifically to enjoy the stunning panorama. Shaded terraces, comfortable deckchairs, pillows and the famous Aeolian bisuoli.
Don’t know what bisuoli are? The bisola are stone walls that delimit terraces and function as seats. At the ends, they join up with the pulèra (columns) through a quarter-moon section called pusaturi, so as to rest your head when stretching out on the bisuolo. You’ll love them.