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Compare ferries from Sicily to Pantelleria Island

There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Sicily and Pantelleria Island operated by 2 ferry companies – Liberty Lines & Siremar. The Trapani to Pantelleria ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 2 hours 10 minutes.

Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Sicily Pantelleria Island crossing between Trapani and Pantelleria.

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Ferries from Sicily to Pantelleria Island

About Sicily:

Sicily can be found to the south of Italy and is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, separated from the mainland by the narrow Strait of Messina.

Situated at the meeting point between East and West, Africa and Europe, Sicily is truly at the crossroads of Mediterranean culture and offers much to see, to taste, and to do. With a varied landscape of glistening seas and restless mountains, the scenery creates a dramatic and lasting impression on those who visit.

With a host of natural wonders and long warm seasons, Sicily is an attractive year round destination for explorers and holidaymakers alike.

Sicily is a hub for ferry connections with ferry services operated by some of Europe’s biggest ferry companies travelling to and from most of the surrounding islands, ports on the mainland, Malta and North Africa via Tunisia.

About Pantelleria Island:

Pantelleria is a small and hilly island located between Sicily, Italy and Tunisia. This volcanic island is also known as the “black pearl of the Mediterranean”.

Historically, Pantelleria experienced different dominating civilisations like most islands in the Mediterranean, all leaving a mark in its culture and architecture. Until now, Pantelleria is still proud of its Arab influence which was the most evident.

The sea is Pantelleria’s biggest attraction, with no beaches, but instead 300 metre cliffs, inlets, and caves lining the coast.