Bue Marino is a beach, characterised by the striking architecture of tufa quarries, which gives this cliff looks very special. With beautiful and profound, but also by strong currents, it is ideal for those who like to dive, dive and snorkel but especially for experienced swimmers.
Cala Azzurra is one of the most famous sandy beaches of the island of Favignana. Characterized by a crystal clear sea, the cold temperature and so refreshing, with the bottom white pink hues. Unlike Cala Rossa, is definitely more suitable for all types of people including children.
Cala Rossa is one of the cave inside of the beautiful tufa quarries. Recently she was appointed by Skyscanner as the most beautiful beach in Italy for its crystal clear sea, framed by rocks of various shapes and sizes. We advise you to reach Cala Rossa by boat.
Villa Florio is a stunning building in neo-Gothic style, built in 1878. The outside looks like a mansion and Aristocrat, while inside, the style becomes lighter and yet elegant Art Nouveau furnishings and beautiful wrought iron. The building, to the owners was not only a simple residence, but also a refuge from the stress and worries of life. Donna Franca spent a long time here after the death of his daughter Giovanna. Presently Villa Florio hosts art exhibitions and dance training.
The antiquarium of Favignana is allocated inside the former Factory of the traps of Favignana Florio and Ant, on the premises that were used for tuna canning. It consists of a collection of archaeological finds from the Egadi Islands.
Hours: from Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00 to 13.30 | from 14.30 to 19.30
Sunday and holidays from 9.00 to 12.30
The visit is organized for groups of visitors with the following schedule:
La grotta del Genovese (Sicilia) si trova sull'isola di Levanzo, nelle Egadi, a nord ovest del piccolo centro abitato. La grotta è stata scoperta nel 1949.
La grotta, che si apre nelle rocce calcaree che costituiscono l'isola, conserva una documentazione molto importante della preistoria della Sicilia, in particolare del paleolitico superiore, in quanto fornisce immagini di animali del Quaternario, come il Cervus elaphus, il Bos primigenius e l'Equus hydruntinus, insieme ad alcune figure umane con maschere a testa di uccello e copricapi simili a quelle delle grotte dell'Addaura. Oltre a q
Levanzo (Sicilian: Lèvanzu) is the smallest of the three main Aegadian Islands in the Mediterranean Sea west of Sicily, Italy. It forms a part of the municipality (comune) of Favignana in the Province of Trapani.
Levanzo has an area of 5.82 square kilometres (2.25 sq mi). The highest point is Pizzo Monaco with a height of 278 metres (912 feet). The island has about 450 inhabitants, who are concentrated around a tiny port, that gives little shelter from storms. The ancient name of the island was "Phorbantia" which is a sort of plants growing there. Levanzo is famous for the "Grotta del G