The island of Giglio is in front of the Monte Argentario promontory and part of the much larger Tuscan Archipelago.
So why is it considered “the little gem of the Tyrrhenian”? Because of the crystal-clear sea that frames the natural beauty of the island, which remains 90% untouched.
Giglio is divided into two towns:
- Giglio Castello, with typical medieval architecture;
- Giglio Porto, where you can hire a boat to explore the most hidden coves, and the departure point for divers to explore the untouched seabeds all around.