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We cycled to Cala Rossa from Favignana city centre. The colour of the sea is absolutely breathtaking. You need to wear sandals/shoes to edge of sea as it’s quite sharp stone. No restaurants but there is little kiosk with basics. If wind is blowing form...More
This bay is great, either you visit it from the ground or on a boat. Turquoise waters, and a unique landscape of rocks in any shape make it unique and a place to visit. Take your comfortable shoes to go down the cliff and something...More
The place is fantastic, probably the best spot in Favignana. The water is crystal clear.
The only problem (that is not a problem for the Cala itself) is to enjoy it if, as us, you have small kids. There is not a real spot where...More
The Cala Rossa is something of a dreamy place... paradise water, calm... But it's rocky everywhere and there is nowhere to put your towel correctly.
No sandbeach at all, and there are slopes everywhere, and beware of cutting your feet on the rocks!
We took our scouter over to this lovely little bay. The protected turquoise waters looked perfect for a swim. Unfortunately, we didn't have our bathing suits. Lots of boats, big and small were moored there to enjoy the beautiful vista from the water.
Cala Rossa is one of the best sea-places I have ever seen. Cristal clear water, perfect for diving and snorkeling, not so windy, bright colours everywhere. It really looks like a postcard!
The only thing is that there's no beach there, just sharp rocks and...More