Some information about Favignana
Favignana is The largest island in the Egadi archipelago, with typical Mediterranean characteristics, takes its name from the hot African wind.
The history of its population dates back to the Upper Paleolithic, with an alternate succession of invasions, dominations, battles and a constant dedication to fishing.
The Florio tuna fishery is a historic example of the effective industriousness of that population, which was capable of respecting the forces of nature to create sustenance and wealth for the island’s people.
Today, modern Favignana has been able to capture the waves of international tourists by optimising its accommodation capacity and enhancing its history, culture and sea.