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The Milazzo Lipari line is covered by the maritime operators Caronte & Tourist and Liberty Lines which jointly provide 129 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 55 min and 2 hr 15 min and all day departures. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. On board services offered by all sailing companies ensure comfort during your crossing.
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MILAZZO LIPARI offers
Children under 4 travel free
Children under 4 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 4 and 12, including fees.
Return ticket discount
Purchase a return ticket and receive a discount of up to 20% on the return fare.
Advanced booking discount
Book well in advance and enjoy a discount on the total ticket price. Remember, the earlier you book, the less you spend! Non-refundable, and the offer is automatically applied by our online booking system according to availability.
There are discounts for cars on some departures. Limited availability and the offer is automatically applied by our online booking system if applicable.
Infants 0-3 years
All babies from 0 to 11 months travel free without designated seating. Toddlers aged between 1 and 3 travel for free, but are entitled to a seat. Free tickets are valid on all the Aeolian, Egadi, Pelagie, Pantelleria and Ustica lines.
Discounts for children
Children aged between 4 and 11 years are entitled to reduced ticket price on routes to and from the Aeolian Islands, Egadi Islands and Ustica. Those aged between 4 and 14 are considered children on all lines to and from the Pelagie Islands, Ustica and Pantelleria.
Luggage of up to 60X40X20 (cm) is included in the ticket price. For additional or extra large baggage passengers must obtain the appropriate ticket. Children are not entitled to baggage. Pushchairs can be brought onboard for free.
Small pets must be kept in special carriers for the duration of the trip. Medium or large dogs must be on a leash with a muzzled. In all cases, pets require a regular passenger ticket and health certification which must be shown when boarding.
Passengers who buy a ticket at a RESIDENT rate must have the correct documentation to prove this at boarding if this documentation is not presented, the passenger will have to purchase a full price ticket.
Port of MILAZZO
The port of Milazzo, an important stopover to reach the Aeolian Islands, it is located on the north coast of Sicily. It is a very important port, as it provides connections to many ports in southern Italy. The port called Porto Moderno dates back to the mid-1800s and played a fundamental role Italian history. Today in addition to passenger traffic the port deals with the exchange of hydrocarbons and goods too. The port area is equipped with services such as refreshment area, waiting rooms, toilets and drinking water. How to reach the port of Milazzo Arriving by car from northern Italy, take th... [More information]
Address: Via dei Mille, 98057 Milazzo ME
Directions: Google Map @ Milazzo, port
Guide of LIPARI
Lipari is part of the Aeolian archipelago, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the eastern coast of Sicily, it is a submerged volcano and the largest island in of the Aeolian archipelago, there is life on the island even during the winter. History In the past Lipari flourished due to the extraction of obsidian on the island, it was exported throughout the Mediterranean. It has been ruled by many populations, from the Etruscans to the Greeks, then later the Byzantines, Arabs and Normans. In 1544 Lipari suffered destruction at the hands of the Turkish fleet but at the beginning of the nineteenth c... [More information]