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Marettimo Guide

Marettimo Ferry Port

Bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Marettimo is the second largest of the Aegadian Islands, a group laying to the west of Sicily. All the ferry routes departing Marettimo Port head to either another Aegadian Island or a coastal resort in Sicily, with crossings ranging from one to three hours. Marettimo is an island designed for nature lovers; cleverly marked walking trails stretch all over the island, leading to rugged coastlines, alluring forests and untarnished nature. Even a reluctant hiker could spend days exploring the stunning landscape. The wildlife and birds of prey lurking around the forestry and shoreline are an added bonus, especially for those who enjoy a touch of birdwatching. There are also excursions available for anyone wishing to try their hand at snorkelling or diving, with qualified instructors offering their guidance. For a more organised itinerary, there are a couple of landmarks dotted around the island that are worth visiting. The fortress was built several hundred years ago; the remains of the building are an impressive sight considering their age, and after the fortress head to the lighthouse to top off the sightseeing. To say that Marettimo is a walking town would be an understatement. There is only one properly constructed road in the town and one mode of transport (an electric cart) so it is unlikely for a day to go by where the island isn’t flooded by walkers. The port is located on the east coast of the island and is within walking distance of most forms of accommodation.

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