A private en-suite Jacuzzi is the hallmark of pure relaxation and creates an intimate ambience during a romantic weekend. We have listed the hotels with rooms and suites with Jacuzzi.
How to reach the Aeolian Islands
Catania Fontanarossa, Palermo Punta Raisi, Trapani and Reggio Calabria are the airports closest to these islands.
Airport – Port shuttle: At those airports you will find either private shuttle bus services or you can choose Giuntabus which is a bookable seasonal public service (+39 090673782).
By Sea: The Aeolian Islands can be easily reached either by hydrofoil or ferry from the ports of Milazzo, Messina, Reggio Calabria, Palermo and Naples (www.siremar.it or www.usticalines.it). Milazzo is the nearest port with ferry and hydrofoil departures every hour. Vehicles can be embarked at Milazzo and Naples. The last ferry departing Milazzo is the NGI leaving at 21:00 h. Naples is the nearest port for those coming from Northern or Central Italy; during the summer, two daily runs in hydrofoil are available, plus two ferry runs per week. Once you reach the island, there are several taxi services to take you to your hotel.
Car/Motorbike: In August, only cars and motorbikes belonging to tourists staying for at least one week are allowed on board the ferry. If you wish to take your car/motorbike, please advise your hotel well in advance so that a pass can be requested.
How to reach Favignana
Take the hydrofoil from Trapani directly to Favignana – a trip of about 30 minutes.
The companies operating hydrofoil services are Ustica Lines and Siremar (www.siremar.it or www.usticalines.it). We strongly recommend – especially in high season – that you make your hydrofoil bookings well in advance – during the summer months they are often completely sold out.
On Favignana in the summer months driving private vehicles is allowed for residents only while visitors’ vehicles are subject to restrictions. We suggest you avoid boarding your car, as you would need authorisation to use it on the island. We suggest you rent a moped on the spot – the best way of touring the island.
How to reach Pantelleria
Daily flights with stopover at Palermo and Trapani operated by Meridiana
Charter flights from Bergamo and Bologna and other connections also available.
From 15 June – 15 September (dates may vary) many other routes direct from Italy with Blue Express.
A daily ferry service operates from the ports of Trapani and Mazara del Vallo, operated by Siremar and Usticalines (www.siremar.it or www.usticalines.it).