Residenza Santa Chiara E I Suoi Dammusi

C.da Santa Chiara, 20, Isola Di Pantelleria, Italy
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What Airlines fly to Panelleria Island

by Pashul

I noticed that a comment was describing the view as they flew into the island. What airline flys to Pantelleria Island from the main land of Italy and out of what city? Also are there flights from Sicily to Panelleria Island. Is there a website for these airlines that we can check schedules and fares?

Looking forward to an answer.

Re: What Airlines fly to Panelleria Island

by effeti

See the companies from here. http://www.pantelleriairport.it/home/timetable.php

Ciao
Francesco

Re: What Airlines fly to Panelleria Island

by domenicococozza

You can reach Pantellaria from Milan/Malpensa, Bologna Intl, Rome fiumicino, Venice Marco Polo, and in Sicily from Trapani and Palermo. There may be other departure points, but the above are served by Air One,Blu Express, Alitalia,
Meridiana and My Air

Travel Tips for Isola di Pantelleria

General stuff list

by sierralyndon

In the summer, very light clothes obviously. However, do remember that Pantelleria is also a very, very windy place. In the evenings temperatures can dive... and more often than not you'll need at least a cardigan to stay warm outside.

Also very important to have those beach slippers to protect your feet from sharp rocks (no sand around remember?). Lots of plasters (band aids) if you're going swimming. The whole island is surrounded by volcanic rock... you'd be hard pressed to find flat places on which to perch yourselves. You are guaranteed at least a few scratches and bruises making your way in and out of the water.

Loads of sun block is important... that meditteranean sun will roast you. Mosquito repellant - oh yes!

Fishermen at the wharf

by sierralyndon

OK, this is not really a tip... more like a what to do if you're wasting time waiting for your ferry which is an hour late.

I wandered around the wharf for a bit, and made friends with some Greek fishermen who were waiting for their buyers. They had just hauled some sea sponges... make that LOTS of sea sponges! They gave me one which was smelly and eeky... but now that it's dried up is really quite nice. Not that I'm using it for baths mind you.... it's just sitting pretty in my lounge.

Cossyra, daughter of wind

by microsensazione

Me and two my friends (Pope and Satan, two names, one warranty...) decided to have some relax days into an island not so known by tourists: Pantelleria.
I don't know, it could be our low expectation about this island, it could be... ...I don't know, but we came back home stupified and surprised!
I hope to describe you all I lived there but, be careful, the "deep" Pantelleria is not for normal people...
Slowly, I'm going to write some travelogues and tips, you'll understand...

Paradise is at south

by zyxos

Pantelleria is a volcanic island. Its waters are not drinkable but it is full of thermal springs. Among its agricultural products stand out passito (raisin wine), dried figs, capers, lentils and table grapes.

Pantelleria is the greatest satellite isle of Sicily, called Cossyra by the Greeks, colonized by the Phoenicians who gave it a port which became a port of call between Africa and Sicily.

It was contended by the Carthaginians and by the Romans during the Punic wars, then it was conquered by the Arabs who gave a new impulse to agriculture. During the World War II the island had an important function in controlling the Canal of Sicily and was continually bombed by allies.

Meditteranean Treasure

by sierralyndon

The island of Pantelleria is on the South-East of Sicily, geographically closer to Africa than Italy. An island of volcanic origin, its isolation and rustic-ness have now transformed it into a sought-after hideaway for some big celebrities as well. However, thankfully normal people like us can still enjoy it...

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