Is the littlest of the 3 islands, only 10 km of surface. It is 6,5 miles far from Marsala and 2,2 far from Favignana. Its depths are very rich of archeological ruins of the Roman and Punic times. What is important is that in Levanzo there is one of the most fascinating caves of all Europe: Grotta del Genovese. The walls of this cave are full of graffiti of 15.000 years ago.
There is only one asphalted road in the island and it crosses the town of Cala Dogana, the other road is a mule trail that crosses the island from south to north, to Grotta del Genovese, along which there are Cala Tramontana and C.da Case, an area well known by those people who loves trekking. Aboard, sailing from the little harbour of Cala Dogana to west, you will find P.ta Pesce, where there is an underwater cave, following this direction there are: Pizzo del Monaco, P.ta dei Sorci and Cala Tramontana, a rocky scenery made of caves and caverns.
Making the circumnavigation of the island to south you will meet Cala Calcara and P.ta Altarella.