Egadi Island

Egadi Island

Leaving from Trapani

Favignana, Levanzo, Marettimo e lo scoglio di Maraone compongono l’arcipelago delle Egadi, situato a poche miglia da Trapani. L’arcipelago è meta invitante per appassionati di vela, snorkeling ed immersioni, per via delle bellezze naturali che caratterizzano le acque di questo arcipelago.

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Trapani

Located on the Western side of Sicily, Trapani has kept signs of the many dominations as well as of the wealth it enjoyed during the XVII and XVIII centuries. This city is known for its delights such as wine, caper bushes, garlic, oranges, oil that provide to its cuisine with all those typical tastes. Among the places to visit, there is Mozia and its saltworks, Erice and Florio’s Marsala wine cellars.

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Favignana

Favignana is another island where the water looks incredibly clean and clear. It is the ideal destination to those seeking relax. There are many beaches with fine and golden sand, such as Cala Azzurra, Lido Burrone and the Calmoni. Also, around the Punta Lunga, Preveto, Faraglioni and Punta Sottile area there are several small sandy or stony inlets where to enjoy fabulous sunsets. Many are also the places where to go snorkelling.

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Levanzo

Levanzo is the most intimate, small and wild island of the archipelago. Touched by a blue and clear water, its small and old town looks suspended in time. The island is made of calcareous white rocks that in some places open up into caves. On the southeast side of the island, there’s Cala Fredda, a stony beach equipped with a slide to access the water, as well as the wilder Cala Minnola. In addition, diving lovers have the chance to visit a 30-meter deep roman wreck located in between Cala Minnola and Punta Altarella.

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Marettimo

Clear waters and a blue seabed to explore, woodlands to sweep, peaks to reach and a history to discover. As the furthest of the Egadi Islands, Marettimo holds a precious faunal and floral heritage, making an ideal habitat to many rare Mediterranean species.

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Marsala

Marsala, today known mostly for its wine, is a city full of history. It took its name from the Arabic words “Marsa Allah”, or “God’s Harbour”, which gives us a good idea of the historic importance of this city as a major business centre. Today Marsala is a lively and characteristic city, easy to visit thanks to its pedestrian area that allows visitors to walk undisturbed around its Baroque old town.

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San Vito Lo Capo

San Vito Lo Capo is a small town built in between Piana dell’Egitarso and Monte Monaco. Among the things to do there’s a stop by the majestic Santuario-Fortezza, built to provide shelter from pirates’ attacks, the Lighthouse, lightning the coast since 1959 - when Bourbons built - it and the Santa Margherita Bay.

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Trapani

Located on the Western side of Sicily, Trapani has kept signs of the many dominations as well as of the wealth it enjoyed during the XVII and XVIII centuries. This city is known for its delights such as wine, caper bushes, garlic, oranges, oil that provide to its cuisine with all those typical tastes. Among the places to visit, there is Mozia and its saltworks, Erice and Florio’s Marsala wine cellars.

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Favignana

Favignana is another island where the water looks incredibly clean and clear. It is the ideal destination to those seeking relax. There are many beaches with fine and golden sand, such as Cala Azzurra, Lido Burrone and the Calmoni. Also, around the Punta Lunga, Preveto, Faraglioni and Punta Sottile area there are several small sandy or stony inlets where to enjoy fabulous sunsets. Many are also the places where to go snorkelling.

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Levanzo

Levanzo is the most intimate, small and wild island of the archipelago. Touched by a blue and clear water, its small and old town looks suspended in time. The island is made of calcareous white rocks that in some places open up into caves. On the southeast side of the island, there’s Cala Fredda, a stony beach equipped with a slide to access the water, as well as the wilder Cala Minnola. In addition, diving lovers have the chance to visit a 30-meter deep roman wreck located in between Cala Minnola and Punta Altarella.

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Marettimo

Clear waters and a blue seabed to explore, woodlands to sweep, peaks to reach and a history to discover. As the furthest of the Egadi Islands, Marettimo holds a precious faunal and floral heritage, making an ideal habitat to many rare Mediterranean species.

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Marsala

Marsala, today known mostly for its wine, is a city full of history. It took its name from the Arabic words “Marsa Allah”, or “God’s Harbour”, which gives us a good idea of the historic importance of this city as a major business centre. Today Marsala is a lively and characteristic city, easy to visit thanks to its pedestrian area that allows visitors to walk undisturbed around its Baroque old town.

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San Vito Lo Capo

San Vito Lo Capo is a small town built in between Piana dell’Egitarso and Monte Monaco. Among the things to do there’s a stop by the majestic Santuario-Fortezza, built to provide shelter from pirates’ attacks, the Lighthouse, lightning the coast since 1959 - when Bourbons built - it and the Santa Margherita Bay.

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