This chapter belongs to the book “Favignana, a guide to places of interest” available on Amazon. The eastern end of the island has a several metre-high coast, and approaching the sea is difficult. The best place, called Bue Marino (monk seal), is a descent to the sea among old tufa quarries. The water in front […]
Discover Cala Rossa, one of the most wonderful bay of Favignana, there isn’t the beach, but it’s a wonderful natural pool. Read an extract from the book.
The tuna fishing industry was based on a long net trap, called tonnara, read this example page from the book (available as ebook and paperback).
The Florio’s family is strictly linked with the Favignana island. Read a page of the Favignana Guide, available as ebook and paperback.