Ferries S.m. Salina Filicudi

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Next departures to S.m. Salina - Filicudi

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/22/2023
08:45
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Wed, 03/22/2023
15:10
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
08:45
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
15:10
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
08:45
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
15:10
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
08:45
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
15:10
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
08:45
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
15:10
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo

Next departures to Filicudi - S.m. Salina

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/22/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/23/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/24/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sat, 03/25/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Sun, 03/26/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Mon, 03/27/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Mar, 03/28/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Wed, 03/29/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Thu, 03/30/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo
Fri, 03/31/2023
16:55
Liberty Lines
Aliscafo

S.m. Salina

S.m. Salina
Salina is an island of the Aeolian Islands (Italian: Aeolian Islands, Sicily: Ìsuli Eoli) north of Sicily, southern Italy. It is the second largest island of the archipelago.
Salina is divided between three municipalities: Santa Marina, on the east coast, Malfa, to the north, and Leni to the southwest. From Leni towards the sea is the village of Rinella, the municipality of Santa Maria di Salina is located on the east coast and has about 900 inhabitants. Particular is the use of the spoken language because in addition to Italian, the Sicilian is spoken. The island was the naturael theater for several films and today is the headquarters of the Salina DocFest, an international festival of narrative documentary.

Filicudi

Filicudi
Information about Filicudi
Filicudi, one of the seven islands that make up the Aeolian archipelago, can be reached quite easily from Palermo and Naples, with hydrofoils and ferries.
From Milazzo, which is the main port of embarkation for the Aeolian Islands, by boat it takes just over two hours. Also links from Messina and Reggio Calabria.