Sicily 2018-02-08T21:24:58+00:00

Sicily

Sicily is a land of legend, history and a perfect sailing area with warm summer temperatures and mild spring and automns. Enjoy its great gastonomy, lively markets, splendid maritime natural reserve, numerous small islands. Discover the Aeolian Islands, named after the ancient God of the Wind. Enjoy magnificent sceneries, amazing volcanic islands, some craters still in activity, sandy beaches, mediterranean fragrance…Sail to this archipelago of 7 islands: Lipari, Vulcano, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Filicudi and Alicudi, over an area of approximately 45 miles from East to West and 30 miles from North to South.

Lipari

This is the main island, rich in history, with ancient remains. Dive in the cristal clear waters of Porticello with white sand beaches, and visit the tourist port of “Pignataro” in the extreme north.

Vulcano

This island of thermal springs and mud-bathing is a great destination with breathtaking sights and beautiful waters. You access the most beautiful spots by sea: La Grotta del Cavallo, the pool of Venere, beaches in the South and the numerous caves to the West.

Stromboli

Stromboli is one of the two active volcanoes in Italy. Amazing scenic views, cliffs, grotto… See by night the famous “Sciara del Fuoco” where the vertical precipice descends down to the sea bringing with it its incandescent material.

Salina

This is the most unspoilt and authentic island with numerous small natural bays, deserted fishermen cottages, black-coloured grottos which has been transformed into a small port. The very first tourist port of the Aeolian Islands is in Santa Marina Salina.

Boat charter in Sicily

Flag
Flag France
Language
Italian
Airport(s)
Catania (CTA) – Palermo (PMO)
Currency
Euro (EUR)
Local time
UTC + 1h in winter and + 2h in summer
Seasons
Low season between October and April
High season between July and August
Intermediate season in May, June and September
Climate
Mediterranean
Temperature between 21 and 31 °C
Winds
South West with variable force
Sirocco
Permit
Sailing resume and permit compulsory
Formalities
EEC country

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