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The island of Alicudi is the most western of the Aeolian archipelago, and has an area of ​​about 5 square kilometers. It’s dominated by Mount Wire Harp, an extinct volcano, surrounded by ferns, che…

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The Marettimo Island, the most mountainous of 'Egadi, has the shape of a quadrilateral whose tips are represented by: Punta Troy; They base peak; Cretazzo Punta and Punta Mugnone. Discover also Fav…

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The Levanzo Island has an area of ​​10 square km. The first human settlements date back to the Stone Age, as shown by the extraordinary graffiti in the Grotta del Genovese. The carvings, dating bac…

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The island of Favignana is the largest and most populated of the archipelago, and has an area of ​​19.4 square kilometers. The only major height, which divides the island is Mount St. Catherine, on…

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The name "Ustica", given to the island by the Romans, comes from "ustum“, burned, because of its black and jagged lava rocks, eroded tuff and its cones and craters. The island is a Nature Reserve a…

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The island of Pantelleria is 85 kilometers from Sicily and 70 from Africa. Pantelleria is known as the Black Pearl of the Mediterranean, as it’s the emerged part of a volcanic formation.

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