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    Below you will find the main informations about Lampedusa and how to reach it.

    By Ship

    You can reach us with the Siremar ship:
    daily departure from Porto Empedocle (AG) and sailing for about 8 hours.

    The ship sails every day at 11.30 pm. Arrives at 8.30 am.

    During the summer, the hydrofoils of Ustica Lines make daily trips that can be booked all year round.
    The duration of the trip by hydrofoil is 4 hours.
    Both solutions are bookable at the Siremar Maritime Agency

    By Plane

    Connections from the main airports bookable through us, for all those who will stay at our “holiday homes” special rates on charter flights DIRECT operated by:

    Neos Air and Blue Panorama airlines & nbsp; (every Saturday and Sunday from BOLOGNA-BERGAMO-VERONA).

    Ask me for a quote to find out about the promotional rates.

    By Bus

    The perimeter of the island is almost entirely covered by public transport, making it easy to reach beaches, coves and places of interest by bus.
    A ticket for a ride costs € 1.
    In Lampedusa there are two bus circulars: Circolare Rossa (Cala Creta) and Circolare Azzurra (Isola dei Conigli), both leave every hour  from Piazza Comm. Brignone.

    Lampedusa has been chosen as the location of the  Dolphin Research Center because, given its geographical position, it represents a privileged point of observation and study of some cetaceans living in the Mediterranean.

    In fact, in the stretch of sea surrounding the island it is quite easy to spot several species of dolphins such as Bottlenose dolphins, Common dolphins, Stenelle and in particular periods of the year, it is also possible to observe some large mammals marine such as the common whale, the lesser whale and the sperm whale .

    A service is available in the Delfini Research Center of Lampedusa ( S.O.S Dolphins ) which allows the reporting of specimens in difficulty and / or who have remained beached, or to communicate exceptional sightings.

    In addition to carrying out study and research activities, the Center aims to carry out a program of activities to inform and sensitize the fishing community, the local population and tourists.

    The ultimate goal is to come up with a specific plan for the conservation of these splendid animals that are increasingly threatened by pollution, water traffic and fishing activities. Tourists with the help of the staff of the center will be able to contribute to the protection of dolphins and discover their world by participating in a series of thematic meetings with film and slide projections. Daily excursions with the dinghy to meet and film the dolphins around the ‘island.

    If you still want to discover this fantastic world …….. do not hesitate, come down to find us !!!

    Many visitors often ask me questions about the “ clandestine problem “.

    The problem is there, it exists.

    However, I feel confidently telling you that the “ illegal immigrants ” do not cause any disturbance to the “tourist” life of the island.

    The serene daily life of this tiny land which represents the southernmost point of Europe, is absolutely not conditioned by the sometimes massive landings but constantly monitored by the police who operate with great discretion and professionalism.

    Immigration is a serious problem, involving all of us, of a national nature and certainly not limited to “landings” in Lampedusa.

    Unfortunately, the mass media with their services, always dramatically alarming in the search to hit “ the collective imagination “, present a photograph of reality that is not the real one.

    You will find that ….. you will not notice anything; the only place where you will have the opportunity to see them if you really want to is going to browse the reception center, watching television or more simply by going to any train station in any big city!

    Controversy aside, you can decide not to come to Lampedusa if you are looking for green gardens, social life to be “high”, shops from via Montenapoleone, kilometer-long beaches but certainly not for the “clandestine problem”.

    Instead, you can decide to live an experience on this island whose humble strength comes from the sea, the scents of the Mediterranean and the warmth of the great simple hospitality of its people.

    You choose.

    For Info: Vania
    +39 335.6488686
    +39 339.7741676