Latest update: 16 February 2022
There are 15 inhabited Sicilian Islands, many of which are contained within three main island groups.
The Aeolian Islands on the Tyrrhenian Coast of Sicily consists of seven islands which are collectively listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are three Aegadian Islands just off the coast of Trapani and three Pelagie Islands in the Mediterranean Sea close to Africa.
The islands of Pantelleria and Ustica are independent of any island group while smallest of all is Isola San Pantaleo close to Marsala.