|The town of Augusta
Transportation in Augusta and surroundings
In the province of Siracusa there are no airports. The nearest airport is Filippo Eredia in Catania - Fontanarossa, 100 Km. far from Siracusa.
Augusta has a small tourist harbours are run by Cala del Molo, by Club Nautico Augusta, by Cocan, by Darsena Servizi.
Baia di Arcile is an hamlet which belongs to Augusta, has a small tourist harbour run by Frandanese. It is equipped for 50 berths with minimal depth of 1.5 meters and a maximum length of 7 metri. Landing piers provide mooring, water and light.
Brucoli is an hamlet which belongs to Augusta, has a small tourist harbours are run by A.R.D.D. and by Nautica Club Brucoli. The first consisting of floating wharves and the other consist of chain catenary mooring and surface buoy mooring, for a 70 berths and 40 berths with minimal depth of 1.5 meters and a maximum length of 7 meters.
In Augusta there are no motorway lines. It is planned the construction of a motorway connecting Catania with Siracusa and Gela. This motorway will be completed by the end of year 2005.
The nearest motorway is the A19 connecting Palermo to Catania. It is a freeway and has two lanes plus an emergency lane in both directions.
The motorway A19 provides the following service areas:
(Railway station of interest: Augusta. Distance from the town: 0 Km)
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