Sicily and its archipelagos (Aeolian Islands, Egadi Islands)
The Aeolian and the Aegadian islands are a must for those who have the chance to take a sailing vacation in the warm Sicily.
The Aegadian archipelago consists of three main islands:
Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo which owe their peculiarities to the alternation of rocky coastline with small beaches, both bathed in a blue sea.
Palermo is he main point of embarkation for the start of your cruise to the Aegadian Islands.
The Aeolian Islands are located in the northern part of Sicily and include Lipari, Panarea, Vulcano, Salina, Stromboli, Alicudi and Filicudi.
The Islands are an archipelago of volcanic origin and are characterized by the presence of an active volcano on the island of Stromboli, and the typical beaches of fine black sand.
Panarea is perhaps the most famous island for the influx of youth tourism and its overwhelming nightlife.
While the tranquility and lush vegetation of Salina, make the island more suitable for a sailing holiday for the family.
The bases for departures are the ports of Milazzo and Portorosa.
BASES and SUGGESTED SITES
PALERMO - MILAZZO - PORTOROSA - SANT'AGATA DI MILITELLO - LIPARI
Sant'Agata di Militello, Portorosa, Milazzo.
Island Ustica, Island Alicudi, Island Filicudi, Island Salina, Island Lipari, Island Vulcano, Island Stromboli, Island Panarea.
SCIACCA - TRAPANI - MARSALA - PALERMO
Island Marettimo, Island Levanzo, Island Favignana, Trapani, Marsala, Palermo, Sciacca, Island Pantelleria, Island Lampedusa.