Sicily reopens for kitesurfing!
Italy finally opens its boarders so we don’t have to live much longer without our favourite kitesurfing spot in Europe. Most of the flights will start in July, and there will be some more options (direct flights) from August. For EU citizens there WON’T be obligatory quarantine after entering the country.
Tickets to Sicily for this summer!
We collected some flights for you to all 3 airports of Sicily: Palermo, Catania and Trapani. Since renting a car is a must once you arrive to Sicily, you can consider any of these airports. The closest one to the kitespot is Trapani, but that’s also the smallest. Most direct flights go to Catania, which is a 3-4 hours drive from our base in Birgi. If you’re thinking about flying to Catania, you should plan a roadtrip with a few stops along the way, the island has a lot to offer besides kitesurfing..
Here you can find some ideas what to check on your way :http://followthewind.eu/sightseeing/
Palermo is only an hour drive from the lagoon and luckily most of the airlines fly there regularly.
Check your options and join us in our empty lagoon for some kitesurfing! The season is just starting J
Tickets with 1 stop: Budapest Palermo (Rome or Milan) Wizzair+Alitalia 150-200 euro
Direct Flight: Budapest Palermo Ryanair from August (5-12) 100 euro
Budapest Catania direct Wizzair from July (4-14) 110 euro
Vienna Palermo direct Lauda Motion from July (14-21) 90 euro
Baden-Baden Trapani direct Ryanair July (13-20) 100 euro
München Palermo direct Ryanair July (20-27) 100 euro
Düsseldorf Palermo direct Ryanair July (24-31) 120 euro
Stuttgart Palermo direct Eurowings 160 euro
Berlin Palermo direct Ryanair 150 euro
Genf Palermo direct EasyJet from August (3-10) 200 euro
Zürich Palermo direct SwissAir August (3-10) 200 euro
Amsterdam Trapani 1 stop (Milan) 200 euro
Amsterdam Palermo 1 stop (Rome) 150 euro
Direct flight from Amsterdam to Catania EasyJet or KLM 140 euro
Brussels Palermo direct Ryanair 170 euro
Paris Palermo direct Ryanair July (11-22) 130 euro
You can find more info about Sicily here: http://www.visitsicily.info/