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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 TRAPANI
Trapani is on the western coast of Sicily and is also known for producing salt and for sailing, due to the strategic location of its port. Brief history Trapani was founded by the Elymians and soon became an important city. Later it was allied to Carthage, the city walls were built and the Romans were defeated here under the leadership of Aderbale. However, in 241 BC the Romans finally managed to conquer the city. Following the Romans, the Byzantines, Arabs and the Normans dominated. The port in Trapani has always been important, especially during the Middle Ages when the other maritime cities... [More information]