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Via Badia, 1 91023
Favignana (TP)

GPS coordinates

Latitude 37.9293008

Egadi islands

Take a deep breath and immerge yourself in the crystal clear water of the Egadi natural reserve, the biggest marine reserve in Europe.

Let be captivated by the unique colors of the flora and fauna protected species, jealously preserved on the seabed of the Egadi coastline.

Favignana Island

Favignana is the biggest of the three Egadi islands, the most populated and the closest to Trapani; it offers the widest variety of landscapes, from the sandy seabed of Cala Azzurra, the rocky one of Cala Rossa and Bue Marino, the equipped beach of Lido Burrone to the white pebbles beaches of Faraglioni and Punta Sottile, without mentioning the countless, unknown bays you will have the privilege to uncover wandering about the island.

Levanzo Island

In front of Favignana, so close that it seems to be able to reach it by swimming, there is the small Levanzo, with the beautiful Cala Minnola and the Grotta del Genovese, where graffiti and drawings from prehistoric times have been found intact.

It is an intimate and primordial island, it has preserved almost intact its habitat in which a rock flora thrives with many endemic species and in which the few inhabitants live a simple and relaxed life.

Marettimo Island

Marettimo, instead, is the furthest among the three islands. Far away, you can glimpse the castle above Punta Troia, as if it was detached from the rest of the island.
Between the cliffs, a small fishing village has found space: the local fishermen will accompany you to discover those breathless caves, accessible by boat only.

A fascinating sea awaits you here, too – a true divers paradise.

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