The largest of the Aegadian Islands, Favignana is located off the western coast of Sicily in the province of Trapani.
With a population of around 4,000 inhabitants, Favignana is known for its stunning coastline, crystal-clear waters, and picturesque beaches. The island is famous for its ancient tuna fishing tradition, which dates back to Roman times, and visitors can explore the historic tuna processing factories known as "tonnare." Favignana also offers opportunities for hiking, cycling, and exploring its charming villages, making it a popular destination for tourists.
Comune di Favignana