Ferry to Lampedusa
Passengers debarking from the ferry to Lampedusa will be enchanted by the island’s beaches especially by the famous one in the opposed island, the Rabbit Beach!
Tourists traveling to Lampedusa are going to witness the Mediterranean at its best. Turquoise clear waters surround the entire island and you can find the perfect relaxation swimming there and sunbathing under the hot summer sun. Since inhabited by Romans, Arabs and Greeks over the past centuries, Lampedusa still holds their culture and architecture. Beach lovers will be stunned by the numerous beaches of the island and especially by the famous Isola dei Conigli or else, the Rabbit Island. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful shores included in the Mediterranean Sea. The whole coast there is protected since the loggerhead sea turtle is laying its eggs.
Except for beach lovers, Lampedusa attracts snorkelers, scuba divers and hikers as well. Divers are amazed by the rich underwater world which also contains the so-called statue Madonna del Mare, surrounded by fish and octopuses. For hikers and land rovers, this rocky island can be interesting to explore containing many marked and unmarked pathways providing splendid views all over the sea. In the heart of this small island, where most hotels and people are gathered, you can find many good Italian restaurants and stores. Lampedusa’s cuisine would not be an exception, serving excellent spaghetti with fish, octopus, mussels and shrimps accompanied with cooled white wine.
Lampedusa is one of the three Pelagie Islands in the Mediterranean Sea between Malta and Tunis with an area of 20 square kilometers and population of approx.. 6000 people. Ferry routes Lampedusa occur from and to Linosa and Porto Empedocle mostly in summer months.
Book your Lampedusa ferry tickets as early as possible in order to secure them and have a pleasant holiday!
Lampedusa port is located in the southeastern part of the island and is composed of 3 little coves where yachts, fishing boats and passenger ships are hosted. The port is well organized since there are many tourists visiting the isle every year and around the area you can find many eating places, cafes and accommodations.
If you want to get around Lampedusa, you will have to use the following transportation means:
There is a bus service running itineraries through the island. If you want to learn more about the schedules, please, visit the Lampedusa Buses.
Lampedusa Airport to Lampedusa Port
The airport of Lampedusa is very close to the main town where the port belongs. You can either walk for a maximum of 20 minutes or hire a private vehicle. More information can be found at Lampedusa Airport Transfers.
Schedules & Prices Lampedusa
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