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Ferries Marsala

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Ferries to MarsalaPort connections and services

The port of Marsala located in the province of Trapani faces the Tyrrhenian Sea, facing the Egadi Islands. The port of call is organized on a pier called Levante where hydrofoils and passenger ferries dock, while on the marina is organized the reception of private boats.

The services offered by the port reality allow ferry passengers to take advantage of a wide range of services such as bars, guarded and unguarded parking, restrooms, and refreshment areas. 

Hydrofoils and ferries from Marsala provide connections to the beautiful islands of Favignana, Marettimo and Levanzo.  The shipping company that provides connections to and from Marsala is Liberty Lines. The routes have a higher frequency in the high season months but are still guaranteed all year round.

Marsala is often taken as a reference point to start a tour of the Egadi Islands, there is no shortage of services, and you will also be able to find accommodation solutions near the port as it is very close to the town.

It will not be difficult to get to the port of Marsala, it is well connected with Trapani aiport, and train or bus transfers are also made available to get passengers to their destination.

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Marsala is famous for the  Expedition of the Thousand, which took place in 1860, and for the production of its wine in the Florio Cellars.

The historic center you won't want to miss if you are a history lover; you can visit the archaeological museum where the perfectly preserved Punic ship is on display.

• From the port of Marsala the closest island among the three that compose the Egadi Islands archipelago, is Favignana, in 30 minutes you can reach it comfortably.

Marsala ferries About Marsala

The city of Marsala has undergone many dominations over the centuries, from the Arabs to the Spanish, so it is possible to visit many historical, archaeological and religious sites and monuments. On the harbor, in the area known as “del salato,” is the monument to the Thousand, dedicated to the landing of Giuseppe Garibaldi and his men in Marsala on May 11, 1860.

Strolling through the city center, you will find a bit of Palermo with its Baroque buildings, elegant squares, marble-paved streets and a bustling fresh fish market.

A visit to the Stagnone Lagoon (a nature reserve since 1984) is a must if you are around Marsala, with its salt pans and windmills.

Marsala is an ideal destination for lovers of local gastronomy. You will satisfy your palate with delicious dishes. Fish, of course, is the undisputed king of the table along with other typical Sicilian foods (caponata, arancino, cannolo, etc.).
You cannot fail to taste the city's famous liqueurs! It is impossible not to mention one of the most famous Sicilian wines in the world: Marsala. The city owes its invention to English merchant John Woodhouse, who modified a local wine with water grapevine for transportation, resulting in a fine liqueur. The success of Marsala brought many prominent English figures to Sicily.

Marsala is the destination par excellence for cultural and seaside tourism with its beautiful beaches all characterized by very white sand and crystal clear water, an example being Punta Tramontana, San Teodoro or Marausa beach.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Lungomare Mediterraneo 3

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 37.792264, Longitude 12.434830

You can reach the port driving one of the very good road connections from Palermo, Catania and Agrigento.

The international airport of Trapani-Birgi “Vincenzo Florio” is about 14 km from the Marsala ferry terminal.

The train station is about 1 km from the port of Marsala. Regional trains connect Marsala to Trapani and Palermo.

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