Ferries Alicudi Vulcano

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Next departures to Alicudi - Vulcano

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/22/2023
10:00
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Wed, 03/22/2023
16:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
10:00
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
16:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
10:00
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
16:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
10:00
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
16:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
10:00
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
16:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo

Next departures to Vulcano - Alicudi

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/22/2023
07:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Wed, 03/22/2023
14:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
07:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
14:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
07:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
14:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
07:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
14:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
07:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
14:25
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo

Alicudi

Alicudi
Information about Alicudi
Alicudi is one of the seven inhabited islands in the Aeolian archipelago, located off the coast of Sicily Alicudi is the most remote island of the group with the lowest number of inhabitants, less than 100 The quiet is broken only by the arrivals of the ferries and the braying of donkeys, which are the only mode of Transport Inland Alicudi presents a harsh territory and unspoiled that attracts certain categories of visitors: adventurers, artists, writers and lonely looking for some peace
Alicudi is formed by a large volcanic cone rising from the sea; an inactive volcano, overgrown Steep trails going up from the small port, passing through cultivated terraces and low houses of cubical design The island was also known as Ericusa, because of Heather that grows on the slopes Housing, elegant and well maintained, some abandoned, are scattered on the eastern side of the island; While the western slopes are steep and inaccessible
There are scheduled ferry services to Alicudi from the other Aeolian Islands, Sicily and the Italian mainland

Vulcano

Vulcano
Address of the port of Vulcano
Vulcano (Vurcanu in Sicilian) is an Italian island belonging to the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, in Sicily.
The inhabitants, 715 in 2001, are called vulcanari.
Isola Vulcano is connected to the Island of Lipari with a maritime service from Porto di Levante (on the Vulcano island) to Lipari (about ¼ hour) through the Bocche di Vulcano. It can be reached in about an hour and a half by boat and approximately 3/4 minutes by hydrofoil from Milazzo (ME).