The island of Levanzo is the smallest of the Egadi but is distinguished by its charm and beauty.
The wonderful island of Levanzo is characterized by its high coasts and the presence of many caves, including the one of Genovese. This island, only 5kms away, offers charming and secluded sandy beaches that you will find along the path leading to the Faraglione. In the southeastern part of the island you can enjoy and enjoy the beautiful waters of two coves: Cala Fredda, marked by a pebble beach and a convenient slope, and the wildest Cala Minnola, both accessible by land or by sea. For diving enthusiasts, Levanzo offers a very tempting diving archeological route: between Cala Minnola and Punta Altarella there are the remains of a Roman wreck, about fifty vineyards and fragments of black painted ceramic pots from I a.C.