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Camarò Favignana is a wonderful hideaway on the ‘Butterfly of the Mediterranean’, with a minimalist style that perfectly complements the electric-blue waters and weathered volcanic beauty of its surroundings. The apartments have a laid-back, Scandi-chic feel, so expect plenty of cool white furnishings, pale wooden floorboards, and the occasional splash of bright colour. The striking modernist complex is centred around a beautiful outdoor pool.
During your stay at Camarò Favignana you’ll have the independence and privacy of an apartment coupled with the services of a boutique hotel. The team at the 24-hour reception are always on hand should you have any questions or needs during your stay. With the charming delights of the port of Favignana just a short stroll away, this is the ideal place for those that want to kick back and unwind.
Each of the apartments are equipped with kitchenettes perfect for whipping up your own culinary creations. Take a stroll to the port in the morning and pick up that morning’s catch. The island is particularly famed for its tuna, and the local delicacy is bottarga - dried and cured tuna roe. The team at Camarò Favignana will be happy to recommend their favourite spots.
The apartments are spacious and bright, with a Scandinavian-inspired décor that fits the relaxed Mediterranean beauty of Favignana perfectly. Each is equipped with a small kitchen and dining area, and many of the apartments also give access onto terraces or gardens. Bathrooms are equipped with showers.
The hotel’s seasonal pool is perfect for a refreshing dip during the heat of the summer months. Just a short stroll from the hotel is the enchanting town of Favignana, dominated by the Norma fortress of Santa Caterina. This is a place to slow down and enjoy the gentle tempo of island life; meander along the cobbled streets, and lounge in the piazza alongside elderly fishermen and sleeping cats.
The island is famed for its stunning coasts and beaches, which are best enjoyed by boat. Be sure to explore the beautiful grottoes, such as the Grotta dei Sospiri, which supposedly sighs when the wind blows in just the right way. Swimmers will enjoy the dramatic beauty of the Calla Rossa bay; the crystalline waters are ideal for snorkelling. Don’t miss the island’s interior, however. Favignana is riddled with mysterious caves and ancient quarries, as a result of its long history of tufa quarrying. Hire a bike and take a ride through the startling landscape.