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The route connecting Marettimo and Levanzo is operated by 2 different ship operators - Caronte & Tourist and Liberty Lines - which jointly provide 33 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 25 min and 1 hr 55 min and frequent, all day departures. Although this a quite a short journey, each vessel is fully equipped and comfortable to ensure that you enjoy your time on board.
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Port of MARETTIMO
Marettimo is the second largest of the Egadi islands and is the wildest and most pristine. The island has two small marinas. Firstly, the old port, which is located in the north end of the island. It is a partly rocky cove and partly beach, protected to the east by a 100 meter pier. It is oriented to NNW and has a limited depth of around 3 meters because there are some rocky areas in the center below sea level. The old port is an excellent refuge from the wind and sea and has around 20 berths, 10 of which are for transit. The new port is larger and is located at the southern end of the country... [More information]
Address: Via Municipio, Marettimo TP
Directions: Google Map @ Marettimo, port
Guide of LEVANZO
Levanzo is an island in the Egadi archipelago, located directly opposite Trapani. Levanzo is the smallest Egadi island and in the past was known by the Arabic name of Djazirat 'al Yâbisah. The island is only 5 kilometres long and the highest point reaches 280 meters, its called Pizzo del Monaco. Places to visit Levanzo has many caves due to its geology, some of which are also very interesting from an archaeological point of view. The most famous is the Grotta del Genovese that dates back to the Paleolithic period. There is still some ancient graffiti on the walls depicting a... [More information]