Restaurants and Pizzerias on Giglio Island
In the restaurants on Giglio Island you can taste the excellence of the Tuscan gastronomic tradition with typical dishes of land and sea, in a truly unique atmosphere.
Most restaurants are located in Giglio Porto and Giglio Castello. While at Giglio Porto you will breath a sea air with restaurants directly overlooking the picturesque port (some built on stilts) in Giglio Castello, with its narrow alleys and medieval walls you enter a context where you could forget to be on an island despite the wonderful views that you enjoy towards the Tuscan Archipelago. In Giglio Campese instead the restaurants are situated close to the sandy beach.
We Recommend: During the high season all restaurants are crowded in the evening and it’s advisable to book a table well in advance (the day before).
Complete list of Restaurants on Giglio
Telephone numbers of the restaurants and pizzerias in Giglio, listed in alphabetical order, for table reservations. Clicking on the link of the name opens the dedicated page of the restaurant or pizzeria with many pictures, description, contacts and much more.
|Ristoranti a Giglio Porto|
|Da Meino||0564 809228|
|Da Ruggero||0564 809253|
|Doria »||0564 809000|
|L'Altro (Take Away)||351 8470899|
|L'Archetto »||0564 809221|
|La Grotta del Pescatore »||0564 809409|
|Terrazza La Guardia »||0564 808077|
|La Margherita »||0564 809237|
|La Vecchia Pergola||0564 809080|
|Porta Via »||0564 808006|
|Ristoranti a Giglio Cannelle|
|Cannelle on the Beach »||0564 1836146|
|Ristoranti a Giglio Arenella|
|L'Aroma »||0564 809340|
|Ristoranti a Giglio Castello|
|Da Maria »||0564 806062|
|Da Santi »||327 8799982|
|La Fonte Take Away »||351 7535833|
|Il Grembo »||370 1231640|
|Pizzeria Giglio »||324 5340418|
|Il Trione di Meino||0564 806266|
|Ristoranti a Giglio Campese|
|Capitan Beppino||371 1857470|
|Da Tony »||345 2345552|
|Del Golfo||0564 1836292|
|Hotel Campese »||0564 804003|
|La Miniera »||0564 1836099|
|Lo Scoglio »||0564 804213|
|Zio Meino||0564 1836231|
Restaurants in Giglio Porto, Cannelle and Arenella
Located directly on the sea of the marina, the Doria offers refined fish dishes accompanied by wines…
La Grotta del Pescatore
Small restaurant in which the fisherman chef Giovanni offers refined but also traditional dishes based on …
Trattoria da Meino offers Tuscan cuisine based on fish with raw fish specialties…
Terrazza La Guardia
On the splendid terrace of the La Guardia hotel you can taste sea and land dishes inspired by…
At the L’Archetto restaurant you can taste excellent fish cuisine, pizza and many other specialties…
Traditional restaurant managed in the second generation that offers excellent Tuscan cuisine based on fish…
Restaurant on the harbor promenade offering pizzas, first courses, fried fish, salads or takeaway Poke…also Take Away
Restaurants in Giglio Castello
In new management since 2020 the restaurant da Santi has kept the high level of a traditional Gigliesie cuisine with …
Historic restaurant on the island of Giglio, open all year round, offers traditional Tuscan cuisine based on …
Pizzeria and restaurant in the charming village of the Castle with excellent pizzas and local dishes ….
In the enchanted setting of the village, Il Grembo offers dishes which blend tradition and innovation with island ingredients …
Restaurants in Giglio Campese
La Miniera, bar, restaurant and pizzeria, with a large terrace overlooking the sea, offers excellent dishes …
The bistro of the lido “Stabilimento Lo Scoglio” offers excellent fish dishes, rich salads, hamburger…
Directly overlooking the sea, the hotel restaurant is also open to external guests by reservation …
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On Giglio island a very good (but also very strong) Ansonaco wine is produced. It is grown on the tiny terraces overlooking the sea since ancient times. It is produced with a 90% of native Ansonica grapes to which a 10% of Biancone, Moscatello, Malvasia and Procanico are added.
While production on Giglio was once very abundant and there was a thriving export, with the arrival of tourism both, agriculture and viticulture was nearly completely abandoned and in the 80s only very few people took care of their small vineyards exclusively for their needs. In the last two decades many vineyards were recoverd and we can enjoy today an excellent local wine.