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038° 33.351' N , 014° 52.277' E
Facilities for berth holders
Salina is known as the "greenest" of the Aeolian Islands and was the site of the famous Italian film: "Il Positano" (The Mailman). Salina is the second largest island of the archipelago after Lipari and has two distinct green mountain peaks. Santa Marina in Salina offers a large, secure port. Salina is also famous for the production of capers (capperi) and Malvasia wine.
Moor: secure mooring in this well protected port near the city centre and many restaurants.
Ashore: within walking distance from the port are numerous shops and restaurants.
Other mooring and anchoring options:
Rinella and Malfa have small docks.
Lingua: small coastal town with famous cafe for excellent Sicilian granita
Rinella: coastal town with a small black sand beach and a large offshore shoal good for snorkelling (dangerous for boats).
Pollara: picturesque bay surrounded by cliffs and green vegetation, near a large natural sea arch.
Malfa: coastal town surrounded by vineyards.
Fossa delle Felci: dormant volcano now site of a protected forest reserve, many hiking trails and incredible panoramas.