Ferry tickets to Giglio
The port is connected to Saint Stephan. This island in the Tyrrhenian Sea is part of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Giglio, the picturesque port

This island in the Tyrrhenian Sea is part of the Tuscan Archipelago. According to mythology, the islands of the Archipelago symbolize the 7 pearls that fell off from Venus's necklace. In winter there are a little more than 1.000 habitants on the island but during the summer it attracts many visitors from Tuscany. The picturesque port of Giglio has a relaxed nightlife with many restaurants and beach bars where you can enjoy a cocktail and a glass of local wine next to the sea. The three settlements of the island are Porto, Castello and Campese. Unplug from daily routine. Buy cheap ferry tickets to Giglio through Let's Ferry.

The view in Giglio port

The view in Giglio port

Attractions in Giglio
• The port of Giglio is the most central area on the island with many shops and public services, like a post office and banks. Here you can visit the Torre del Saraceno, a tower that was built in 1596.
Giglio Castello is a fortified medieval settlement with huge walls. The view is amazing and sometimes the sky is so clear that you can see Corsica on the horizon.
Torre del Campese is a tower on a rock in the Campese village. It was built in the 18th century by the order of the duke Cosimo Medici.

Beaches in Giglio
Campesse is the largest and most dazzling beach on Giglio island. Deep blue waters, a sandy coast and many tourist facilities are welcoming guests every summer.
• Very close to the port you can swim at the sandy Canelle.It has shallow waters; it is organised and ideal if you have children.
Arenella is exotic with sand, palm trees and some small rocks. It's a perfect snorkelling spot.

Activities in Giglio
Diving and snorkelling to find out why Giglio is one of the best diving destinations in Italy. See shipwrecks and the rich marine life of the island that includes eels, sea horses, octopuses and red corals.
Hiking on Giglio’s trails to explore it's unspoilt natural beauty.
Organise a Giglio island tour with a boat or a sea taxi to discover sea caves and coves that are not accessible on foot or by car.

Access to Giglio: You can reach the port by bus, car or ferry. Buses will take you to the 3 villages of the island. During August there is a restriction on the number of cars that can travel to the island.
Only in Giglio: Only here you can find Panificato, a sweet bread made of figs, walnuts, honey, wine and raisins. It's a winter delicacy that can be accompanied by Ansonaco, the local wine. You will find it in local bakeries all year long.
Visit the second largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago. Book tickets to Giglio through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Giglio

The port is connected to Saint Stephan.
Facilities in Giglio port: Free WiFi, ATM, taxis, car, motorbike and boat rentals, paid parking.

Useful phones:
Police: +39 0564 809232
Port Authority: +39 0564 809480
Medical Centre: +39 0564 809116
Tourist Information: +39 0564 809400

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