Lipari to Italy Ferry
Lipari is connected to Italy via the port of Naples. On average, there are 8 crossings per week between Lipari and Italy, which are operated by SNAV. Crossings from Lipari to Naples usually take around 6 hours.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Lipari and Italy. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Lipari is the most populated and largest island of the Lipari Islands, sometimes called Aeolian Islands, which lie 15 to 35 miles off the northeast side of Sicily. Lipari was created by a succession of four volcanic movements, which left the island covered with pumice and obsidian. Ever since historical times pumice mining is an important industry on Lipari. The pale pumice is even shipped internationally. Ferries from Lipari sail to mainland Italy and can be booked through AFerry
Inhabited since Neolithic times, the island was colonized by Greeks in 575 BC, who called the island Meligunis. Greek and Roman ruins are still visible in the Diana District Archeological Park.
Thanks to its mild weather and breathless landscape with deep caverns and steep cliffs the island of Lipari is an ideal holiday destination. Besides some beautiful beaches you will find volcanoes, castles, thermal spa's, water sports and perfect fishing spots.
Italy boasts a wealth of popular destinations and has something for everyone to enjoy.
Take a romantic gondola ride in Venice, see the ancient Colosseum in Rome, visit the leaning tower of Pisa, admire the many masterpieces in the Uffizi gallery of Florence or simply relax on one of the many beautiful beaches that can be found along Italy's miles of stunning coastline.
Florence is an often overlooked tourist destination. However, it is well worth a visit.The town was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and it still shows in the architecture of the city. There are many fine art galleries from famous artists - including the Galleria degli Uffizi, where you can see Boticelli's `Birth of Venus'.
The galleries themselves are often works of art, with the walls and ceiling ornately decorated with various brightly coloured murals.