The Aegadian Islands, also known as the Egadi Islands, are a group of small islands located off the western coast of Sicily, in the province of Trapani.
The main inhabited islands are Favignana, Levanzo, and Marettimo, with a combined population of approximately 5,000 people. These islands are famous for pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters.
They've become popular destinations for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Favignana, the largest of the Aegadian Islands, is particularly renowned for its ancient tuna fishing tradition and the stunning Cala Rossa beach.