Visit Sicily: how to get to Aegadian Islands
- Published: 19 aprile 2017
- Category: News & Info
An archipelago rich of dream beaches: the Aegadian Islands. The Sicily this summer awaits you with its sun, sea and relax. If you didn’t book your holiday, then visit the Aegadian Island could be the right idea. But let’s see how to get.
The Aegadian Islands
Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo: these are the three islands of the archipelago of Aegadian Islands. These islands, near Trapani, are set in the green of the sicilian sea. They have a luxuriant vegetation and a various marine fauna, for this reason they are the favourite destination of the passionate of snorkeling. Here you will find the most big marine reserve of the Europe, established to preserve all the natural heritage of these beautiful islands.
How to get
- By plane. You will land to the airports of Palermo and Trapani, which are the closest to your destination. Then, you will have to reach the port of Trapani by serving the most comfortable means of transport for you (car, bus, train).
- By train. When you will get Palermo you will have to reach the central station of Trapani.
- By car. If you choose to get around by car, take the A29 motorway to Trapani.
- By bus. If you move in you can use the bus Segesta and AST bus which runs from Palermo center, in Piazza Politeama, to the port of Trapani, or the airport.
- By ferry. The main departure ports for Sicily are Genoa, Civitavecchia, Naples, Salerno, Tunis, Cagliari, Reggio Calabria and Villa San Giovanni. Among the major ports in Sicily there are Palermo, Messina, Catania, Trapani, Porto Empedocle, Milazzo and ports of the archipelagos: the Aeolian and the Aegadian Islands. With TraghettiPer you can book your ferry to and from Sicily, conveniently online, by filling out a special form in which to enter all the parameters and find the most advantageous offer. The airlines that serve the routes are: Siremar, Tirrenia, Grandi Navi Veloci, Grimaldi, TTT Lines, SNAV, Ustica Lines and Charon & Tourist.
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