The Castello is situated on top of Favignana's highest hill. During WW II,it used to be an observation post, to help the local government see enemy ships from afar. Now the Castle is deserted and the communication hardware is scattered around the building, long useless. The climb up the hill is relatively easy (45 minutes up and 30 minutes down), best done in the early morning during summer. The scenery is 360 degrees around the island, allowing a spectacular view of the Egadi Islands, Trapani, Marsala and beyond.
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