Ocean Ports of Call

Favignana Island - Sicily, Italy Highlights:
Egadi Islands, Fishing town, beaches
Favignana is one of the Egadi Islands in the Mediterranean Sea off the western coast of Sicily. The major islands are Favignana, Marettimo, and Levanzo which have a population of c.12,000 between them. In 241 BC a Roman fleet defeated the Carthaginians near these islands, bringing to a close the First Punic War. The islands are now a part of the province of Trapani, in Sicily. The chief industry of the islands is fishing, particularly for tuna and anchovy.

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