Welcome to Giglio Island Isola del Giglio
Discover the perl in the Tuscan Archipelago
Like a pearl in an oyster, the small Giglio isle lies cradled by warm blue seas in the southern corner of the Tuscan Archipelago, 50 km south of Elba and 15 km from the mainland,the promontory of Monte Argentario.
Giglio's mild climate, unspoilt nature and crystal clear, emerald coloured waters, offer unforgettable holidays all year round. Head for the sandy beaches and beautiful coves if you want to relax, go for the incredibly rich underwater world if you're into diving, or take one of the numerous hiking paths and explore the uncontaminated countryside of the Isola del Giglio.
Our portal of the Isola del Giglio offers lots of useful information for planning your holiday on Giglio: a complete list of hotels, flats and restaurants as well as information on how to get to Giglio with the current ferry timetable and ticket reservation. All you need to know about the history and landscape, the most beautiful walking excursions and diving spots, a photo gallery, a detailed map, and lots more
We wish you a pleasant holiday on the Giglio Isle!
Ferries to Giglio Island
Giglio Island is very well connected with two ferry lines operating all year around from early morning to evening. The crossing from Porto Santo Stefano to Giglio Porto takes 1 hour
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Isola del Giglio
Beaches and Coastline
The small island Giglio offers with it's 21 km of coast line unique bays and 4 bigger beaches, from the smallest Caldane beach to the biggest Campese beach »
A stroll at harbour Giglio Porto and in the fortified village of Giglio Castello should not be missed during a tripo to Giglio »
Discovering the secrets of the island with some characteristic walks. While the island Giglio is known for its sun, sea and sand, it also offers plenty of beautiful hiking paths »
The Giglio Island, with its never too cold, crystal clear waters and its many bays and caves, makes it one of the best scuba diving spots in Italy. »
The wine Vino Ansonca is grown in smallest vineyards since ancient times »