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Ferries Messina

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Want to take a look at the beautiful Italian islands? Then you need to add incredible Sicily to your list and you can start exploring beautiful Messina!

The city of Messina and its port have a very long history that has influenced its economic and commercial development, and it is located in the north-eastern part of Sicily.

The city overlooks the harbor, which in ancient times was called Zancle because of its sickle shape. It is one of the most important ports in the region and is also used as a cruise port.

The structure of the port is divided into many piers, where private boats, cruises, and passenger ships dock every day of the year. Over the years, the port has continued to grow and become one of the leading ports in the whole of Sicily to visit.

Also known as the “gateway” to Sicily, the port welcomes millions of tourists from all over the world every year and has become one of the most significant maritime, commercial and tourist ports in the Mediterranean.

🚢 The shipping companies operating the routes to and from Messina are:

· Caronte&Tourist

· Liberty Lines

Caronte&Tourist, which connects the port of Salerno and Villa San Giovanni.

Liberty Lines with its fleet of hydrofoils will take you to Reggio Calabria, Lipari, Salina Rinella, Salina S. Marina, Vulcano, Panarea, Stromboli and Milazzo.

Around the port, passengers will find a range of services such as ATMs, bars and restaurants, tobacconists, a car park and a car and scooter rental service.

TIP: If you want the cheapest tickets on the market, it's best to look for them months in advance, so you don't get caught in the peak season when prices soar!

Book your ferry ticket to Messina now! With MrFerry you can compare prices, check real time availability and book in just a few clicks! If you need assistance, contact our customer assistance department and a member of our staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Messina ferries About Messina

Welcome to enchanting Messina, known as the gateway to Sicily. The city was founded and ruled by the Greeks, then the Romans and the Arabs with a succession of battles.

From Piazza Duomo you can see the imposing the Orione Fountain and the famous Vittorio Emanuele II Theatre. One of the most famous architectural works is undoubtedly the Church of San Francesco d'Assisi.

The Sacred Church of Christ the King is one of the most important religious monuments in Messina. It stands on a panoramic point of the city and consists of a dome with a cross on top. From the top, you can see a beautiful view of the Strait of Messina.

Inside the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences of the University of Messina, you can visit the University Botanical Garden, which dates back to 1638 and is dedicated to Pietro Castelli.

During the summer months you can enjoy the beautiful beaches of the province of Messina, including the beach of Taormina and the beach of Capo Peloro, with its wonderful panorama. In this area you can see the lighthouse of Capo Peloro.

About 9 km from Messina you can see Lake Ganzirri, together with Lake Faro they are part of the Capo Peloro Oriented Nature Reserve. It was once called Pantano Grande because it was originally a swamp.

No holiday is complete without eating. Try the traditional dishes in the delicious street food restaurants, where you will be served delicious arancini (fried rice balls) and succulent Messinian focaccia.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 27, 98122 Messina ME

GPS Coordinates: 38°11'23.7”N 15°34'03.7”E

To get to the port, the Messina ATM public transport company provides bus and tram services. The railway station is close to the port, and you can take the line to Reggio Calabria Centrale or Catania Centrale. The closest airport is Fontana Rossa in Catania. Taxis are always available.

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