Culture and Interest
Ingrid Bergman Museum
A visit to the house where actress Ingrid Bergman and director Rosellini lived together throughout the shooting of the movie “Stromboli terra di Dio" is a must.
It was the spring of 1949; during the shooting, the two fell in love. It was the greatest scandal of the time and one of the most beautiful love stories ever told.
The cultural association Ingrid gives you the opportunity to visit those very places were the story began.
Address: Via Vittorio Emmanuele No 22, San Vincenzo, Stromboli, 98050, ME
Phone: +39 3485175366, +39 339 6468120
INGV Visitor Centre
The INGV visitors centre is managed by the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.
Opening hours: from July to September, every day: 10-13 / 17-20.
Address: INGV Operational Center, Via Marina, Stromboli, 98050, ME.
Phone: +39 090.986708
The Island Library
Since 2001 library, Wi-Fi area, outdoor cinema, also a place for meetings, culture and events.
Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele, Piscita, Stromboli, 98050, ME
The school in the middle of the sea
"The School in the Middle of the Sea" association was born in 2011 and thanks to the donations of islanders, friends, tourists and supporters; it was able to create the first public library of the island. The library has had a great success; year after year its audience grown appreciating the efforts of the association and its supporters. Everyone's contribution is important: “Borrow a book to read and bring a book to be read”. The library is located on the right hand side of the Scari church.
Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele, San Vincenzo, Stromboli, 98050, ME
San Vincenzo Church
San Vincenzo’s church overlook San Vincenzo’s village white rooftops. From its terrace, the incredible panoramic view of Scari, Stromboli summit, Strombolicchio island and the coastline of Calabria and Sicily. The church is reachable by following the road that climb from the harbour to the village; by taxi or on foot.
San Bartolomeo Church
San Bartolo’s church, built by the islanders to grant protection against the volcano eruptions, became the island agricultural centre, thanks to a mill built on its northern side. The building dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries and it is characterized by the façade red colour, its interior stucco and a statue of the saint enclosed in the façade. Built with the contributions of emigrants from Australia, Argentina, the United States, Canada and New Zealand; it was closed in 2002 in the aftermath of a strong quake, to be reopened in 2013 following restoration. The church is located in the area of Piscita; reachable from Scari by taxi or by foot.