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Biblioteca Comunale Biagio Mercadante
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The best way to explore Salina !
Jun 2017 • Couples
Salina is only a small Island, and the best (and safest!) way to explore it is by boat. We have hired many boats all over Greece & Italy, and these high quality boats are extremely well set up & maintained. Travel the same waters as the ancients, and go wherever you like ! There are many beautiful & remote swimming spots. You have enough fuel and time to go around the island 3 or 4 times, if you want. The best lunch option is in Rinella, and it works like this; motor into the harbour slowly, and look out for the guys with 'mooring men' on their shirts, or just yell & wave your arms till you get their attention. They will come out in a tender, direct you to a mooring, secure the boat, then bring you ashore to the Marina. The cost was 5 euro/Hr. Then head up a few flights of stone steps looking for the white umbrellas of Pa.Pe.Ro restaurant (T-shirt, board shorts & flip flops (thongs) are the dress code) We had a great lunch overlooking the harbour, and as we walked back the 'mooring men' identified us & took us back to our boat where we paid him the 5 Euro, & he unmoored the boat. All very easy when you know how it works ! We were told we could also get lunch at Lingua, but it was absolutely crawling with day tourists...When you have had enough boating for the day, return to the mooring area of Santa Marina (outside the harbour, to the North) and you should be seen by someone to bring you off the boat back to the beach. Otherwise circle & sound the horn ! As usual, you then pay for the fuel used. Instruction was minimal, as was English, so it does help if you have some experience. Highly recommended as a fabulous day, and more fun (and safer) than a scooter.
Written 15 July 2017
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