Lampedusa is the largest. It is 210 km from Sicily. Inhabited in ancient times by the Phoenicians, who followed the Greeks and Romans, is connected by sea to Sicily by ferry to reach every other day Pantelleria, Traponi and Porto Empedocle. A small airport allows air links with Rome, Palermo and Trapani. The south coast, sandy and degrading, it offers enchanting beaches and inlets. The vegetation is poor, but in Lampedusa produces figs, carob, grapes and olives. Fishing is abundant, clean air and invigorating. Some very small hotel properties, restaurants offering cuisine with sicilian related to the Arab, two petrol stations and supermarkets well-supplied make the stay very pleasant and relaxing. The area of sea around the island of rabbits, nature reserve, it is prohibited to transit, and to stop any other activity except swimming. The port, located on the south coast, has three loops. At the ends of Cala Salina twenty seats are reserved for recreational craft.