Linosa, together with Lampedusa, forms the municipality of Lampedusa e Linosa, which belongs to the autonomous region of Sicily. The volcanic island is located in the Mediterranean Sea and is the northernmost of the Pelagic Islands. Linosa is considered a pearl of the Mediterranean, which has not yet been discovered by mass tourism. Here you will find primarily knowledgeable Italy lovers, sports enthusiasts and peace-seeking nature lovers. The waters around the island are rich in fish and other marine life, not least because of the tranquility. With a little luck you can watch the endangered hawksbill turtle laying its eggs. Hiking enthusiasts can enjoy the well-marked trails and climb the inactive craters.