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The Palermo Alicudi line is covered by the maritime company Liberty Lines with a schedule of 7 weekly connections with mostly afternoon departures and maximum duration of 1 hr 55 min. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. Once on board, you can enjoy all of the services provided to make your trip as pleasant as possible.
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Port of PALERMO
The port of Palermo, in Sicily, is an important port that has undergone improvement and renovation in recent years. The port is part of the urban fabric of the city and offers many services to the passengers who transit here. The port has an interesting history and was built by the Phoenicians for trade and used by the Arabs and Romans. Today it serves routes throughout the Mediterranean and is equipped with catering services, tourist information offices, a parking area and luggage storage. The port is made up of three piers, Molo Santa Lucia, Molo Piave and Molo Vittorio Veneto, all connected... [More information]
Address: Via Francesco Crispi, 90133 Palermo, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Palermo, port
Guide of ALICUDI
Alicudi is an island in the Aeolian archipelago, situated off the coast of Sicily. The island is dominated by the Filo dell'Arpa mountain, which is an extinct volcano! The island is divided into five areas, the port, Contrada Tonna, San Bartolo, Contrada Pianicello and Contrada Sgurbio. A brief history of Alicudi Alicudi was already inhabited by the Neolithic period and archaeological evidence for this has been found in the port area. Alicudi was uninhabited by a settled population, but pirates occupied the island on and off until about 1600. Eventually, people came back to work on the island ... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 1 hour 55 minutes
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