Passengers traveling with Ferry Sicily will arrive at the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Together with some surrounding islands Sicily forms the autonomous region Sicily of the Italian Republic. Sicily’s triangle shape is what has remained of a land bridge that used to connect Africa with Europe. Rivers, lakes, hills, mountains and great forests determine the island’s appearance. The huge coastline measuring 1.152 km has a lot of beautiful beaches that please every tourist. Whether you are looking for relaxing beach holidays or educational trips; you will definitely find what you seek.
Ferry to and from Sicily
The Ferry to Sicily starts from the Italian mainland and reaches cities like Messina or Palermo, which is the cultural, economic and touristic capital of the island. From there, visitors can opt for places like Cantania or Syracuse in the further six provinces of Sicily. The Mediterranean climate of Sicily provides the ideal conditions to explore the ample traits of history on this island. You should start by visiting the volcano Etna, which is the highest and most active volcano in Europe and very popular with tourists. Before departing with the Ferry from Sicily, visitors should have visited one of the numerous Greek Temples or see the Arabic- Byzantine- Norman monuments which can be found all over the island. The biggest Opera in Italy and third largest in Europe, the “Teatro Massimo”, is located in Sicily, too.
How to get to Sicily
Sicily is an island with a very dense population. The local people mainly work in tourism and agriculture. Furthermore, Italy’s largest fishing fleet can be found in Sicily. Ferry Routes to Sicily connect the mainland with the island throughout the year. Those who are interested in visiting this unique island and experience a culinary journey as well can learn about the routes through Sicily ferry timetable. A piece of Sicilian “Cassata” cake will definitely leave them with the sweetest of memories.