Galite Islands

The Galite Islands are a rocky group of islands of volcanic origin that belong to Bizerte Governorate, northern Tunisia. They are located northwest of Cape Serrat, the closest point of the Tunisian mainland coast, from which they are separated by the Galite Channel, and almost NNE of the city of Tabarka, and south of Cape Spartivento in the south of Sardinia. The islands of the group sit atop Banc de Galite.

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