May 27, 2024, 2:57 a.m.

The island of Lampedusa is home to one of the world's most [dordle]( picturesque beaches, but its isolation—just 100 miles southwest of Sicily, between Tunisia and Malta—discourages any but the most daring adventurers from visiting. But there is much reward for those who go the extra mile: Snorkelers and swimmers will love this spot since the water is always calm and clear, and it's shallow enough to wade out into the bay. Sea turtles should be observed, since this is a rare location for the endangered loggerhead turtles to lay their eggs.