A holiday in Favignana
Quick information for a visit
Planning a holiday in Favignana is much easier than it seems. If you’ve seen some pictures of the beautiful sea and coastline and are wondering where we are, make sure you read how to get to Favignana or check the map on this page. Before you drop us a visit, we’re going to try and give you some information that we believe you are going to like. We can start from the basics – weather and currency – or if you wish you can pick up from the right menu the theme of your interest. We try and give you the best information for a vacation in Favignana, along with some tips and advice so you don’t miss things that could deserve attention, or you won’t forget to check out that lonely beach no one will tell you about. We like to keep things short and colloquial because they are easier to remember, but you can drop us a line if you need more specific information.
Planning your stay
After you have checked the articles, you may want to pick a vacation home or a hotel in Favignana for your stay. You will find plenty on this website, meeting everyone’s needs and expectations (hopefully!). You will be able to book online your hotel, as well as book your ferry to Favignana ahead of time. One of the first things you need to know, is that the island is not big and only has one town, so most things should be booked in advance, including your ferry from Trapani to Favignana. If you are coming by plane, we may also help you with a direct transfer to the island from the airports of Palermo or Trapani. That is carried out by dedicated drivers who will wait for you at the airport terminal, saving you long waits most times. Unlike what you may think, it is not expensive at all and many routes from the airport are carried out with as low as € 15,00 per person, if you need to book this service, we can arrange it for you if you contact us. Once you’re in Favignana, a visit should take at least a week in order to discover all the beautiful beaches and at the same time also take a couple of trips by boat to the nearby islands, which usually last from 6 to 8 hours.