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Grotta del Genovese, Levanzo

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  • We departed from the port of Levanzo island by Jeep, passing through so stunningly beautiful landscapes you'd never have seen before. Green valleys and very few houses make idyllic landscape and stunning coastlines. There we made a beautiful walking path until you get to the cave. The path you can feel a bit tired but is not overly Ascend and above all it is worth. The cave has an incredible charm, warm atmosphere damp and dim light make everything more impressive and the words of Christmas, the invaluable guide who escorted us there have made possible daydreaming back to ancient times. Absolutely recommended to anyone walking to Levanzo and to all fans.
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  • If you're not equipped, ask to go there by boat via sea, if not, at the same price take you off-road but I get to do a nice lift to return ...
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  • Beautiful and evocative. To see. You will be accompanied to the archaeological site with a short boat ride, allowing them to watch the western slope of Levanzo, spectacular and majestic as almost everything else on the island, or by jeep (if weather conditions are not good); few meters uphill and you enter the prehistoric, with remains of the first inhabitants of the island from almost 12000 years ago, with a very friendly and very knowledgeable on all aspects of geological and historical cave, on the esoteric meaning of graffiti that are shown and explained in detail. So charming, it's a shame to leave Levanzo without visiting the cave and no swim at Cala Tramontana (less than an hour's walk from the cave itself, if you're kinda sporty and with sturdy shoes). The price is right: it costs like a dinner at pizzeria except that here you are looking at one of the main attractions of the Egadi Islands and especially one particular thing that is not found anywhere.
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  • An easy boat ride from Trapani. The grotto holds very old paintings and stone carvings (into the walls of the cave). Our guide was very helpful. For the more fit, you can take the boat trip to the grotto in good weather and hike back to town. There is a nice beach close to the grotto as well.
  • €22.50 is totally worth the Range Rover trip through the backbone of the island, passing Miuccia Prada's latest residence. Once arrived a short walk takes you to the cave in question. Great history/commentary from the guide who is very knowledgeable. Can only speak for the Italian tour but I think they do offer English ones as well. Better check when these happen.
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  • Archaeological site with paintings of the Neolithic and Paleolithic graffiti. You can reach by boat (sea conditions permitting) or by jeep. One of the few sites in the world! To see!
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  • Very interesting and fascinating excursion with highly-trained staff, and very helpful.
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