> 1 WEEK

• Aeolian Islands

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Vulcano - Lipari - Panarea - Stromboli - Salina - Alicudi e Filicudi - Base Nautica Milazzo


• Maltese Islands - depart/arrive Marina di Ragusa

> Base Marina di Ragusa < - Isola di Gozo - Isola di Comino - Isola di Malta - Base Marina di Ragusa


• East Coast of Sicily

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Messina - Giardini Naxos - Taormina - Reggio Calabria - Base Nautica Milazzo


• North Coast of Sicily

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Isola di Vulcano - Isola di Lipari - Capo d'Orlando - Cefalù - S. Agata di Militello - Base Nautica Milazzo

Aeolian Islands

Seven islands of volcanic origin make up the Aeolian archipelago. The biggest is Lipari while the smallest is Panarea, a very popular and glamorous tourist destination. A few scenes from the movie "Il Postino" by Massimo Troisi were shot in Salina. Vulcano is very popular for its thermal spa where visitors can take a mud bath in the sulfur water, while Stromboli is an active volcano in the Aeolian arc.

Maltese Islands

The Maltese archipelago is located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, exactly halfway between Sicily and North Africa. Each island is distinguished by its own unique characteristics: modernity blends together with the rich culture and history in the towns and cities of Malta; the narrow alleys of Gozo reveal the peaceful lifestyle, while the natural landscape of Comino offers something completely different.

East Coast of Sicily

Eastern Sicily is the part of the island where the highest mountains, Mount Etna and the largest plain, the Piana di Catania, can be found. It also features the largest river basin, that of Simeto. The eastern part of the island is also intersected by the majority of Sicily's mountain ranges, the Peloritani, the Nebrodi, the Monti Iblei and the Erei.

North Coast of Sicily

It consists of the three provinces of Palermo, Trapani and Agrigento. The main reasons that the island territory is subdivided into Western Sicily, Central Sicily and Eastern Sicily can be traced back to ancient times, when the island was divided into three valleys: Val di Mazara, Val Demone and Val di Noto.

> 2 WEEKS

• Egadi Islands

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Cefalù - Palermo - San Vito lo Capo - Levanzo - Marettimo - Favignana - Marsala - Trapani

Riserva dello Zingaro - Castellammare del Golfo - Palermo - Capo d'Orlando - Base Nautica Milazzo


• Aeolian Islands - Northern Sicily

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Stromboli - Panarea - San Vito lo Capo - Palermo - Capo d'Orlando - Base Nautica Milazzo


• Greek Aeolian Islands

> Base Nautica Milazzo < - Reggio Calabria - Santa Maria di Leuca - Corfù - Lefkada - Itaka - Cefalonia - Zacinto - Base Nautica Milazzo

Egadi Islands

The Egadi archipelago is located at the extreme western point of Sicily, a few miles from Trapani, and is composed of the islands of Favignana, Levanzo, Marettimo, the islet of Formica and the Maraone scoglio. The Egadi islands are set in beautiful crystalline waters which is home to a rich and varied marine flora and fauna.

Aeolian Islands and the North

The Aeolian Islands form an archipelago, consisting of seven real islands, in addition to numerous islets and rocks emerging from the sea. The seven islands are arranged in a Y shape, with the stem pointing to the west; they are located off the coast of northern Sicily, facing the Tyrrhenian coast. Therefore, the islands can be seen from most of the Tyrrhenian coast of Sicily, when visibility is excellent and there is no haze.

East Coast of Sicily

Eastern Sicily is the part of the island where the highest mountains, Mount Etna and the largest plain, the Piana di Catania, can be found. It also features the largest river basin, that of Simeto. The eastern part of the island is also intersected by the majority of Sicily's mountain ranges, the Peloritani, the Nebrodi, the Monti Iblei and the Erei.

Greek Aeolian Islands

The islands are named after the god Aeolus (Àiolos, Αἴολος in ancient Greek), keeper of the winds. According to Greek mythology, Aeolus sought refuge on these islands and gave them their name, thanks to his reputation as a tamer of the winds. He lived in Lipari and was able to predict the weather conditions by observing the shape of clouds puffed by an active volcano, probably Stromboli.



Base Nautica Milazzo:

Poseidon Marina,

Lungomare Garibaldi, 98057 Milazzo (ME)

+39 3356164089 (Lorenzo)

+39 3487213713 (Luca)

Base Nautica Ragusa:

Via Cavaliere Luigi Bisani

97100 – Ragusa (Ra)

+39 3356164089 (Lorenzo)

+39 3487213713 (Luca)