Excursion to the Tremiti islands with ferry departure from Termoli and boat tour of the archipelago
You will leave by ferry from the Port of Termoli at 8.25 am and in about 1 hour 15 minutes you will reach the island of San Domino.
Once you arrive you will meet them, next to the disembarkation, a receptionist who will accompany you on board the boat to visit the archipelago of the Tremiti Islands. During the boat excursion you will admire the coast of San Domino with the elephant rock, the cave of the Violets, the cave of the Bue Marino, the architiello of San Domino, the cave of the Rondinelle, the cala degli Inglesi, the Pagliai, il Cretaccio, the Costoni di San Nicola and Cala delle Arene and you will have the opportunity to take a bath and see the immersed statue of San Pio.
After the excursion you will have some free time (about 4 hours) to visit San Domino or to reach San Nicola or to relax on the beach. Departure from San Domino at 4.00 pm
THE TOUR IN BRIEF:
- Departure from Vieste at 8.25 am
- arrival at San Domino Island (journey time 1 h 15 m)
- boat tour of the archipelago of the Tremiti islands of about 1 hour
- About 4 hours of free time
- Departure from San Domino at 16.00
- The ferry ride (from / to Termoli) takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes each way
- The boat ride lasts approximately 1 hour
- Available every day
- Reservation 3 days in advance
- Shared activities (the boat with which to make the excursion of the archipelago has about 50 seats)
- Rates: € 65 adults (from 13 years upwards)
€ 40 (from 5 to 12 years)
€ 30 (from 3 to 4 years)
- in case of bad weather or rough sea a refund is provided
- In case of cancellation, the ticket is non-refundable
The archipelago of the Tremiti Islands consists of 5 islands: San Nicola, San Domino, Caprara, Pianosa and Cretaccio.
The island of San Nicola has an elongated shape and, in addition to having a fascinating natural landscape, it is rich in monuments.
The island of San Domino is instead the largest island of the archipelago and also the most fascinating from a landscape and naturalistic point of view.