Vibo Valentia ferries connect Italy with Aeolian Islands & Sicily with crossings available to Lipari, Panarea, Salina, Stromboli & Vulcano (in Aeolian Islands) & Milazzo (in Sicily). Vibo Valentia Ferry crossings are operated by Liberty Lines Fast Ferries and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 12 ferry crossings weekly.
There are up to 12 ferry crossings weekly from Vibo Valentia with sailing durations starting from 1 hour 25 minutes. Our Vibo Valentia ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
The city is relatively small and compact so the city centre can be covered almost entirely by foot.
Hidden away in the small peninsula towards the south of Italy, Vibo Valentia is often forgotten about in the search for a classic Italian getaway. Those that do visit the spectacular landscape and mesmerising architecture are almost relieved that few know about the city’s allure – the more space to enjoy the landmarks and walking trails – the better the experience. Part of the charm lies in the city’s dexterity; thick forestry allows ardent hikers to challenge themselves against the arduous, yet beautiful terrain, whilst history lovers can peruse the incredible buildings that symbolise the antiquity belonging to the region.
There is a semblance of religious history in many of the more striking edifices, especially the Convento Santuario San Domenico and Duomo di Santa Maria Maggiore e San Leoluca which are both breathtakingly beautiful pieces of work. For an insight into the protective forces belonging to Vibo Valentia, a few castles and ancient ruins showcase the impressive structures which were in place for many centuries.
Vibo Valentia is a city on the south coast of Italy, towards the toe of the boot shape that defines the south of the country. The port is used as the gateway to nearby islands as well as to Sicily, with many sailings crossing the Tyrrhenian Sea.