Although it is located in the extreme west of Sicily, Marsala is still easily accessible by plane, car, bus and train. Below is some useful information on how to reach the city of Marsala and an interactive map on which is shown the location of Sant’Antonino Home Holidays and the main attractions of the area.
Reach Marsala by plane
Airports close to Marsala are two: Vincenzo Florio of Trapani and Falcone-Borsellino of Palermo.
The first, just 15 km from Marsala, offers 15 domestic routes (Ancona, Bologna, Cagliari, Cuneo, Genova, Milano-Bergamo, Pantelleria, Parma, Perugia, Pisa, Roma Ciampino, Roma Fiumicino, Torino, Treviso, Trieste) and 12 international (Bratislava, Brussels Charleroi, Krakow, Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Girona, Karlusruhe Baden, Kaunas, Malta, Monaco Memmingen, Paris Beauvais, Warsaw) operated by Ryanair and Alitalia.
The connection between the airport and Marsala is secured by 8 daily suburban bus line. Also in attendance were a number of private services of transportation: car, shuttle bus and taxi.
Palermo airport, which operate five airlines that provide connections to several Italian and European destinations, is just an hour drive from Marsala along the highway A29 Palermo – Mazara del Vallo, Trapani direction and exiting Marsala or Birgi.
Reach Marsala by car
Marsala is easily accessible through the highway A29dirA. The output is “Marsala”, towards the SS115 Trapani-Marsala, or “Birgi airport”, the last junction of the A29 which is only 17km from the city.
Reach Marsala by bus
Autoservizi Salemi is the private company that offers the largest number of suburban lines to and from Marsala. The lines are divided on the whole national territory (Milano, Piacenza, Parma, Bologna, Siena, Firenze, Roma, Napoli, Salerno, Palermo, Salemi, Castelvetrano, Mazara del Vallo, Airport).
Reach Marsala by train
You get to Marsala along the line Palermo-Marsala (via Castelvetrano or via Milo).
Reach Marsala by large rapid ships
(Line Genoa/Palermo or Naples/Palermo)