Cruise in Sicilia

Two possible itineraries :
Trapani - Aegadian Islands - Terrasini
Trapani - Palermo - Cefal├╣

Croisières en Voilier avec Skipper en Méditerranée
Croisières en Voilier avec Skipper en Méditerranée
Croisières en Voilier avec Skipper en Méditerranée
Croisières en Voilier avec Skipper en Méditerranée

 

First Itinerary ( en rouge sur la carte )

From Trapani, we head for the Aegadian Islands, a magnificent archipelago with crystalline waters, made of three main islands:
Favignana , Levanzo and Marettimo.
Each of these islands has its own personality.
On Favignana, the village named after the island will remind you of Saint-Tropez in the fifties.
Levanzo, the smallest of the three islands, has kept a rural side ( no cars ).
Marettimo is the greenest, with most mountains ( no cars there either ), and you will love swimming in its magnificent inlets.
We will leave the Aegadian Islands and sail toward
San Vito Lo Capo to reach the Gulf of Castellammare.
Then, we will stop at Terrasini, where you can enjoy the superb view of Punta Raisi,
and of Monte Pellegrino, the mountain overlooking Palermo.
On the way back, we will enjoy Scopello, a charming village overlooking magnificent Fraglioni (typical rocky reeves).
We will end the cruise sailing along the beautiful Natural Reserve of Zingaro,
where we will stop for a last swim, and probably a last mooring, before going back to Trapani.

Second Itinerary ( en vert sur la carte )

Leaving from Trapani, we will sail toward San Vito Lo Capo, the Gulf of Castellammare and Terrasini.
We will continue the cruise with a stop at the must-see city of Palermo,
before reaching the beautiful city of Cefal├╣ overlooked by its huge cliff.
Then, we will cast off, sailing toward the island of Ustica, the Mediterrannean Pearl, famous for its breath-taking sea world.
On the way back, we will enjoy Scopello, a charming village overlooking magnificent Fraglioni (typical rocky reeves).
We will end that cruise sailing along the beautiful Natural Reserve of Zingaro
where we will stop for a last swim, and probably a last mooring, before going back to Trapani.

If you choose to spend two weeks for the Sicily cruise, it is possible to sail both itineraries, and spend more time on each visited sites.

The itinerary can be subject to changes, depending upon weather forecast,
or sea conditions.
To fulfill the program on time, it might be necessary at times to use the engine,
when / if wind conditions are not adequate.

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