Cala Rossa is a bay on the island of Favignana, that belongs to the Aegadian archipelago, to the west of Sicily.
A former quarry surrounded by turquoise waters in the west of Sicily
This spot is notable for the range of colours in its waters, which go from blue to turquoise and even green.
In the past, this cove functioned as a quarry thanks to the large quantity of tuff rocks that frame it. The arrangement of the greyish-white stone squares makes Cala Rossa a unique spot.