Ferry to Panarea
Passengers traveling by the ferry to Panarea in Sicily have the opportunity to explore a lot of beautiful cliffs over a really blue picture postcard sea!
Panarea is the smallest of the seven inhabited Aeolian Islands, a volcanic island chain in north of Sicily, southern Italy It is a fraction of the municipality of Lipari. There are currently about 280 residents living on the island all year round, however the population increases dramatically in summer with the influx of tourists. Nowadays, the island has become known internationally for its celebrity visitors.
Isola de Panarea, the smallest of the Aeolian islands, it offers a variety of local attractions and a very fascinating night life. Cala Junco is one of the most beautiful & popular beaches because of the colour of the rocks surrounding it, which is a very special red. There are less people because it is slightly further away. Panarea offers a lot of very beautiful cliffs over a really blue picture postcard sea but because of its volcanic origin, it can sometimes feel more arduous. It’s always better to avoid flip flops or open shoes for the walking tours.
Panarea is an island which is very suitable for those who adore diving who can rely on the local diving centers to find very interesting dives. Worth visiting is the Spinazzola Rock, La nave rock and the Lanishen shipwreck, an English merchant ship that sunk in the 1900’s after hitting the rocks of Lisca Nera. The wreck lies at a depth of about 30-40 metres in navigation position, so that it is easily visible in its entirety before the dive. The wreckage is inhabited by groupers, bream, moray eels, damselfish and starfish.
The group of small islands and rocks (Basiluzzo, Bottaro, Dattilo, Lisca Bianca, Lisca Nera) surrounding Panarea has a special charm.
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The tiny Panarea port is situated in San Pietro, the main settlement on the eastern coast of the island. It also contains a little wharf for yachts and smaller fishing boats. Everything you might need, such as grocery stores, eating places and cafeterias are around the port and can be reached on foot. Note that, there are no public transportation services or taxis in Panarea. There are other ways though that can be fun, such as scooters and bicycles. Moreover, golf carts used as taxis can transfer you from the port to your hotel and vice versa. Please, ask your landlord for further information about the service.
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