Marettimo Island

Marettimo, the westernmost island of the Egadi Islands is large-part unspoiled, beautiful with it pure rock coastline, where it hides about 400 caves all along its coast, as well as small beaches reachable only by boat.

The island is a rocky promontory extended for about 7 km, reaching 686 meters above sea level at the summit of Monte Falcone. Here terrestrial flora is particularly rich, counting about 500 different plant species. The fauna however, is a bit less diverse, but prolific in different wildlife (rabbits, wild boars, reptiles and migratory birds).

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