Ferries Lampedusa Linosa

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Next departures to Lampedusa - Linosa

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/06/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Thu, 03/07/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Fri, 03/08/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/10/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/10/2024
20:30
Siremar
P. Veronese
Mar, 03/12/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Wed, 03/13/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Thu, 03/14/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Fri, 03/15/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/17/2024
10:45
Siremar
Sansovino

Next departures to Linosa - Lampedusa

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Wed, 03/06/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Thu, 03/07/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Fri, 03/08/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/10/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/10/2024
16:15
Siremar
P. Veronese
Mar, 03/12/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Wed, 03/13/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Thu, 03/14/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Fri, 03/15/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino
Sun, 03/17/2024
06:30
Siremar
Sansovino

Lampedusa

Lampedusa
Information about Lampedusa
Reaching Lampedusa is very simple thanks to good connections with the Mainland and especially with Sicily.
By sea, trafficking in connection with Lampedusa is entrusted to the maritime company Siremar that with boats departing from Porto Empedocle, Agrigento, I reach in 8 hours. With Ustica Lines hydrofoil you can reach Lampedusa in 4 hours and also the island of Linosa.
It is an island of Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Pelagie Islands, in Sicily.
Is the largest of the Pelagie archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea and is part of the province of Agrigento.

Linosa

Linosa
Information about Linosa
Linosa is an island in Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Pelagie islands, in Sicily.
It has an area of 5.43 km² and is 42 km NE from Lampedusa, together with which it forms the municipality of Lampedusa and Linosa which counts 6.304 inhabitants [1] in the province of Agrigento.
The island is mentioned by the Greek Strabone and later by Pliny the Elder in the Naturalis Historia as Aethusa and Algusa. The name Lenusa appears in the sixteenth century by the Dominican Tommaso Fazello. The name Linosainvece was born in 1845, used by the knight Bernardo Maria Sanvinsente.


Customer service 6 days a week

Customer service 6 days a week from Monday to Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM / 3:30 PM - 19:30 PM, Saturday 09:00 AM - 1.00 PM.