A beautiful island
On my visit to Sicily, we wanted to visit some of the Egadi islands. Favignnana is the largest, and we'd need a car to navigate it. Maretino is the most remote, sparsely populated and little more than a stone block in the middle of the sea. Levanzo is the smallest of the three, with beautiful turquoise water, so we decided to visit it. The island is very easy to get around on foot, with pleasant walkways along the rugged coastline and through the pine forests. There are no modern constructions; the roads and houses seem to be from another era. To get there you can take the hydrofoil, which is fast and comfortable, and leaves from the port of Trapani.