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Lavezzo island, an heritage full of life
The Lavezzo island is undoubtedly the most visited of the Lavezzi archipelago. Beyond its turquoise waters and wild creeks, two marine cemeteries, a Neolithic rock shelter, an old sheepfold and the ruins of a chapel are of significant historical interest. Sheltered from granite boulders, rare plant species open up such as the Corsican nananthea and the Dead horse arum lily. Built on the site of an ancient Roman quarry, the lighthouse houses a botanical garden reproducing the specific vegetation of Lavezzi, with more than 240 plant species including 40 protected species.
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