Enjoy a unique experience, exploring the places where our ancestors lived.
In Levanzo, a small island in the Egadi archipelago, there is the Grotta del Genovese, an archaeological site which testifies to how life flowed 12,000-13,000 years ago.
The cave documents the culture of Palaeolithic and Neolithic men; hunters, whose propitiatory rites have been brought to the present day in the form of rock art, which attracts enthusiasts and scholars from all over the world every year.
So close to the Trapani coast that it has inspired fearless swimmers reaching it by swimming.
A jewel so small and precious that it can only be explored on foot.
Scented with thyme and mastic and populated by the Mediterranean scrub, Levanzo still retains traces of life dating back to the Mesolithic age and is a paradise for all lovers of underwater archaeology.