Villages on Giglio Island
Isola di Giannutri
The small Island of Giannutri with its distinctive half-moon shape is part of the municipality of the Isola del Giglio. It is the southernmost island of the Tuscan Archipelago (IT) and is located about 8 miles southeast of Giglio island and about 6 miles southwest of the peninsula Monte Argentario.
About 3 kilometers long and a little more than 500 meters wide, it has a jagged and rocky coast with one tiny beach located in the Cala Maestra cove.
The Island is best known for the archaeological site the impressive Villa Romana which can be visited with a guide.
It is an island largely privately owned with houses scattered in the Mediterranean scrub without great tourist facilities. As a protected national park aera it is not allow to do trekking without a permit or park guide.
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