The Beaches of Egadi Islands and what to see
Historical Background of Egadi Islands
The finds of human settlements found on the Egadi Islands date back to prehistoric times. It became an important Phoenician center, the archipelago of the Egadi passed to the Romans in the third century BC, and after which began a long period of decline. Purchased during the Middle Ages by an important family of Genoa, which made it an important docking point for routes to the east, the Egadi Islands have always maintained a pristine town, maintaining their economy by fishing and herding.