Marettimo ferry port in Aegadian Islands connects you with Trapani in Sicily with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Marettimo to Trapani crossing is from 1 hour 5 minutes and the crossing is operated by Ustica Lines.
Marettimo is the second largest of the Aegadian Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, around 40 km off the west coast of Sicily, Italy.
There is only one settlement on Marettimo which is a fishermen’s village composed of simple squared buildings with Italian styled smart tiled stairways leading up inside the houses. At only 12 square kilometres in size, the island has around 300 inhabitants in winter and around 700 during summer, not including tourists.
Marettimo is the most remote and isolated of the three Aegadian Islands and is also considered considered to be greener and more mountainous compared to its neighbouring islands. The island is basically an enormous ridge sticking out of the sea, making it almost impossible to drive on the island, and visitors are not permitted to bring their cars to the island in any case.
However, a trek along the island’s mountain paths will definitely be a rewarding experience, with the sweeping views of the town, mountain and sea awaiting to take your breath away.