Isola del Giglio
It is part of the Tuscan Archipelago and is a gem waiting to be discovered, with its beaches and crystalline coves, starting from Giglio Porto, a picturesque village with multicolored houses then coming to Giglio Castello, surrounded by imposing walls interspersed with 3 towers. Finally Giglio Campese with its Faraglione framed by the enchanting bay on one side and the imposing Medici tower on the other...
Its 28 km of coast bathed by clear waters and polished granite cliffs, coves with beautiful beaches, inlets and ravines to live the sea in complete privacy. Its emerald crystal sea, for its waters rich with fish, is among the most popular of the Mediterranean sites, with a territory for the 90% still wild, inviting people to venture to the many walking trails.
Shaped like a crescent, is the most southern island of the Tuscan Archipelago. The coast is rugged and rocky, broken by only two beaches: Cala’s Spalmatoio and Cala Maestra. Of particular interest are the numerous caves that open along the coast and the charming coves, with two small pebble beaches in the Cala: Cala Maestra and Spalmatoio.
The exceptional transparency of its water is combined with a historical legacy as the remnants of ancient Roman villa Domizi Enobarbi the first half of the second century d.c. The connection of both islands with the mainland is secured by ferry embarkation in Porto Santo Stefano, managed by the companies of Maregiglio and Toremar.