Aegadian Islands in Sicily: Marettimo by boat

Marettimo is one of the Aegadian Islands, Mediterranean Sea west of Sicily, Italy. Let's take a sailing tour around the caves along the coastline of Marettimo! Marettimo is an island karst, known as "the Dolomites of the sea".

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