Duration: 01 May 2016 – 30 Oct 2016

(Monday and Thursday)

Price for:
Adult € 40,00 • Kids 3/12 € 25,00
Visiting-tax in Aeolian Islands € 1,50

Departure from: Vibo Marina 1:20 PM

Tropea 2:30 PM
(Please arrive at the port 30 minutes prior to departure times above)
Arrival on Stromboli at about 04.00pm.

Stay on the island and free time for having a refreshing bath in the sea, relaxing on the black sandy beaches,walking through the amazing village of San Vincenzo rich in souvenirs’ shops and having dinner in one of the restaurants of the island.
Departure for the “Sciara del Fuoco” (Street of Fire) at about 8.00pm. Stay about 40 minutes to observe the famous eruptions of Stromboli volcano .

Scheduled return at about 11.00 p.m in Tropea and Vibo Marina

Arrival near the Island of Stromboli at about 16:00 and landing in the small harbour of San Vincenzo.
Passengers are free to visit the small town, to have dinner and to go shopping.

The departure from the Island is planned at 20:00, after leaving the small harbour and returning back to the “SCIARA del FUOCO” (the fire-lIne), where we can admire the eruption of the Volcano from the sea during our break.
Arrival planned at the harbour of Tropea at about 23:00. The arrival at the harbour of Vibo Marina is planned for 23:30.

For information:
Phone: 0963/395849
Mobile: 348/6091917

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