You cannot fault this little island, it is worth visiting and enjoy a really relaxing holiday. Nothing there is overly expensive, their is a wide and plentiful choice of restaurants, bars, caffe's.... Sit back and relax...
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Small island, innexpensive, great beaches, good swimming spots, quaint little small port... Although small, the island has much to offer. You can catch a ferry from Monte Argentario or rent a boat and go on your own. Renting a boat gives you the flexibility to...More
We took a boat ride from Porto San Stefano to Porto Giglio. We were there for a few hours and our visit was absolutely worth it. Swimming in the beautiful waters among small fish and enjoying the beautiful weather made it an unforgetable experience.
Staying up in the Castello is cool and breezy, no air conditioning required. The people are friendly and helpful with breakfast bars for morning coffee, delis for packing a lunch and frequent bus service to the port and beaches.
Isola del Giglio is a beautiful small island with nice views, beaches, waters, restaurants. The journey by sea from San Stefano port to the island is also a good experience. Unfortunately we were there only for a couple of hours, so we did not manage...More
It was a hot dry June day when we arrived on the small and delightful island off the Tuscan coast. After wandering through the small shops along the street skirting the port, and before going to the beach, we were hungry. After reading the Trip...More
This island is gorgeous and crisscrossed with lovely trails. Just rent a scooter when you get there and you are free to explore. It seems there are several places (near the castle) designed for short term rental, with laundry - perfect for hikers! And DO...More
Been coming here since I was a kid! Giglio has the best views and is the most relaxing place! Going on a hike and visiting cannelle beach are must dos!
We spent the day at the Island, which you get to by ferry. I highly recommend renting Vespas for the day and driving around the entire island. The beaches are great too.
This little island is a place to see by anyone spending some time in Tuscany. Most common way to get there is the ferry from Porto San Stefano but there are smaller tour operators going there from other places (more to the north, i.e. san...More