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The ferry crossing from Favignana to Marsala is covered by Liberty Lines only who make 35 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 30 min and 30 min. all day departure times for these crossings. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. Each passenger will receive all on board instructions by ground and cabin crew, who can guide you to your chosen accommodation and inform you of the on board services.
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Port of FAVIGNANA
Favignana is the largest of the Egadi islands and its port is located on the north side of the island, from which there are connections to Sicily and other islands in the Egadi archipelago. The main airport is on the San Leonardo pier, where the ferries from Trapani and the hydrofoils coming from the nearby islands dock. From here you take Via Florio, a road that leads to the adjacent city. It takes an hour and twenty-five minutes to get to Favignana by ferry from mainland Sicily, while on a hydrofoil it only takes 40 minutes. If you intend to bring a car then cars cannot take the hydrofoil, a... [More information]
Address: Via Molo S. Leonardo, 91023 Favignana TP
Directions: Google Map @ Favignana, port
Guide of MARSALA
Marsala is on the west coast of Sicily, in Italy. It is most famous for the sweet dessert wine they produce in the city, and this region is, in fact, the biggest wine producer in Sicily. A brief history of Marsala Marsala, or Lilybaeum in Latin, was founded by the Carthaginians in the year 397–396 BC after they fled their island of Motya (modern San Pantaleo) due to an attack from Dionysius I, tyrant of Syracuse. Marsala then served as the Carthaginians' principal stronghold in Sicily, and they successfully resisted sieges from Pyrrhus, King of Epirus and by the Romans. However, they eve... [More information]
35 weekly sailings - Duration: 30 minutes
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