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Would you like to explore the best ways to get to Ustica? Search for a ferry from Palermo to Ustica using our Ustica Island ferry booking system. Our website allows you to compare information about ferry crossings to Ustica from Palermo including prices, durations and timetables.
The link between Palermo and Ustica is served by well known ferry operators such asCaronte & Tourist and Liberty Lines which together provide 40 weekly sailings with travel times ranging between 1 hr 30 min and 3 hours. frequent, all day departure times for these crossings. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. Passengers will be welcomed on board by competent and qualified crews who will show you to your accommodation and all of the services available on board.
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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 USTICA
Ustica is an island about 52 km from Palermo; it is connected by ferry and hydrofoil. There are also connections from Favignana, Naples and Trapani. This tiny volcanic island is only 8.6 square kilometres and is the protruding part of a big submerged volcano, is also the oldest island in the Aeolian archipelago. Ustica gets its name from the Latin word Ustum, which means burnt because the solidified lava on the island are black and the jagged coastline has beautiful caves, inlets, and coves. The inhabitants mainly live off fishing and tourism and specialized agriculture is increasing with the ... [More information]