the coves of levanzo
On the south-eastern part of the island, which can be reached by land or sea, there are two extraordinary coves. Being as it is without carriageways, Levanzo is the perfect destination for those who want to totally escape from the routine of the city. By taking a walk through its simple, rural nature, or by touring the island on a fisherman's boat, you can arrive at these two glimpses of paradise. The first stop is Cala Fredda, whose surface is completely covered with pebbles and which offers a convenient slip into the water, and the wild and intriguing Cala Minnola, where you can dedicate yourself to diving. In fact, just off the coast between Cala Minnola and Punta Altarella, at a depth of about 30 metres, you will find the remains of an ancient Roman wreck, amphorae and pottery dating from the first century BC.
divers and snorkelers can enjoy an archeological itinerary in the waters of cala minnola, in levanzo.
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