Trip offered by: Mario
Sicily, Aegadians | Cabin charter sailing holiday | Favignana, Marettimo, Levanzo
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A wonderful sailing cruise in the Aegadian Islands, Sicily with Trapani salt mines and Marsala, in the unspoilt sea of the archipelago. You'll also have the chance to see the Natural Marine Reserve of the Aegadian Islands, one of the largest reserves in the Mediterranean Sea.
The boarding point in Trapani is easy to reach from Trapani airport after a 20 minutes' drive, allowing you to enjoy the sailing week in the Aegadian Islands to the fullest.
The cruise will make you to sail with the typical Aegadian wind, with stops in natural harbours for unforgettable baths in the sea, while the night will be spent under the stars in the safest bays in Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo.
We'll spend some time visiting every bay in the islands of the archipelago letting ourselves be guided by the direction of winds, from Cala Rossa and its blue Caribbean Sea, to the emerald green sea and untame nature of Preveto island in Favignana. We'll continue on the Mediterranean Sea toward Marettimo and its cobalt blue sea, and Marettimo mountain for a wonderful hike. Then we'll go back on boat towards Levanzo and its unique village which seems to be floating on the green sea of its bays. In Levanzo you can smeLl the typical vegetation in every inlet.
In Favignana, Marettimo and Levanzo, skipper Mario, who has been sailing in the Aegadian Islands for years, will be able to suggest the best excursions, the bars for the best water ice and typical restaurants. You'll taste local dishes, usually cooked with cous cous and fishing specialties, such as marinated tuna, roasted swordfish and fried tuna. They will be the perfect topping to a relaxing holiday on the sea. It's a whole boat cruise and the itinerary will be free and decided with the skipper depending on weather.
Past Levanzo the cruise might head towards Favignana again or stop in Trapani for a visit to Erice city, before returning to Trapani port.