Ferry to Messina - Rinella, Aeolian Islands

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Messina

How to reach the port of Messina
Messina is an Italian town of 234 570 inhabitants capital of the homonymous metropolitan city in Sicily, as well as thirteenth Italian municipality and third largest city of the most populous region of Italy.
It rises near the extreme north-eastern tip of Sicily (Capo Peloro) on the Strait that bears its name. Its port, ferry port for the Continent, is the first in Italy for number of passengers in transit and tenth for cruise traffic.
Founded as a Greek colony with the name of Zancle and then Messana, Messina reached the peak of its greatness between the late Middle Ages and the mid-seventeenth century, when it contended in Palermo the role of Sicilian capital.
Rebuilt from 1912, the modern city presents itself with a neat and regularles and trailers.
Messina

Rinella

Information about Rinella
Rinella is a village located on the island of Salina, Aeolian archipelago. This picturesque fishing village is a small fraction of Leni.
Raghavan is the second port of Salina, after that of Santa Marina on the East Coast. The port is served by regular express ferries and hydrofoils to to from Lipari, Messina, Alicudi, Filicudi, Milazzo, Palermo, Panarea, Stromboli and Vulcano.
The story of Rinella dates back to 5000 BC. Today the port is a busy tourist center that is populated during the summer months and features pastel coloured houses jostle around the shore. Unlike most of the island's cobblestone beaches, Rinella offers sandy beaches, just a short distance from the Centre.
Rinella