Favignana is the largest of the Aegadian Islands that lie off of the coast of Marsala.
The current population of Favignana is approximately 4,300 and these inhabitants are mainly based in the town of the same name on the north coast.
This island is known for its multitude of caves and calcarenite rock formations and a boat trip around the island is a fantastic way to see these natural sites.
Furthermore this island is perfect for those who enjoy scuba diving and snorkelling due to the relative clear waters.
The town of Favignana is a great place to visit, and the beach there is also a great place to relax.