A NATURAL PARADISE
TO DISCOVER ON
A LUXURY CHARTER
A few kilometers off the western coast of Sicily, only a few miles off the ports of Trapani and Marsala lay the Egadi Islands. This world-famous archipelago comprises nine islands, some as big as bluffs. The glorious Favignana, Levanzo, and Marettimo are the three main centers. They sit inside Europe’s largest marine reserve, where tourists are allowed to moor, sail along guided itineraries, and practice water sports like diving and fishing at the 14 MBMs located on the three main islands.
The Egadis are, like the Aeolian islands, a world-renowned Sicilian arcipelago made of nine main islands and a number of minor ones, some of which are no bigger than a rock.
The Egadis boast Europe’s largest marine nature reserve with berthing facilities, guided expeditions, and water sports sites for scuba diving, sportfishing, and boating in the 14 buoy fields set out off the three main islets. Docking permissions are issued by the Managing Entity on a dedicated website on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Thus those wishing to cruise the Egadi Islands must follow the local regulations to make an unforgettable experience immersed in enchanting environs, a must-visit stop of a holiday in Sicily on a luxury charter.
Sicily on a charter: the top-rated beaches in the Egadis
Favignana, Levanto, and Marettimo present a coastline peppered with secluded nooks and crannies to moor at and dip into the blue waters. The islet of Favignana features both small, sandy ribbons of land, and snorkelling and dive sites. The main attractions include Cala Rossa, Calamoni, Lido Burrone, Cala Azzurra, and Cala Rotonda.
The Egadis are a natural paradise that occupies a special place in the luxury charter cruises in Sicily and the Mediterranean.