Bougainvillea and jasmine
Though very small and characterised by tiny pedestrian alleys, the village of Panarea is one of the best kept of the Aeolian Islands.
In fact, Panarea was one of the first islands of the archipelago to be discovered by tourism, as early as the 1950s. It follows that all the houses of the village are now renovated, but always in the typical Aeolian style.
Some of the most common plants in the alleys are bougainvillea, in different colours, and jasmine, which, especially at night, gives off a pleasant perfume.