Trapani ferries connect Sicily with France, Italy, Aegadian Islands, Pantelleria Island & Ustica Island with crossings available to Toulon & Nice (in France), Naples (in Italy), Favignana, Levanzo & Marettimo (in Aegadian Islands), Pantelleria (in Pantelleria Island) & Ustica (in Ustica Island). Trapani Ferry crossings are operated by Corsica Sardinia Ferries & Liberty Lines Fast Ferries and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 42 ferry crossings daily.
There are up to 42 ferry crossings daily from Trapani with sailing durations starting from 25 minutes. Our Trapani ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Trapani is a city on the on the west coast of Sicily, an Italian island resting off the southwest coast of the mainland. The port is oftentimes used as the gateway to travel around Sicily, with crossings heading along the coast.
Oftentimes used as a gateway to neighbouring coastal resorts, Trapani shouldn’t be overlooked as a holiday destination in its own right. Gorgeous natural formations decorate the coastline in a jagged stretch of beauty, perfect for indulging on a late night stroll amid the serene surroundings. The shores aren’t just alluring when the sun sets on the beautiful landscape, many tourists flock to the beaches in the middle of the afternoon to bask under the rays of the Mediterranean Sun and set their towel down on the pristine, golden sands.
Aside from the coast, the small peninsula offers the most aesthetically pleasing and culturally rewarding facets belonging to the city; the harbour is an idyllic place to while away a few hours whilst enjoying some quintessential Italian cuisine, and the Baroque Centre affords an insight into the history of Trapani.
The city is so small that much of it can be covered by foot, which is the desirable option considering the compact nature.
Trapani can be found on the western side of Sicily. From Palermo follow motorway A29, or from Marsala take the SS115, enter Trapani on « Via Scorrimento Villa Rosina », then « Via Libica » and follow directions to the port. The port entrance is located at Piazza Garibaldi, at the end of Via Ammiraglio Staiti.
Trapani train station is on the Palermo line and can be reached from any of the major cities. For more information, please visit www.ferroviedellostato.it. The train station is about 2km from the ferry port.
Viale Regina Elena, 104
91100 Trapani (Sicilia), Italy
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