Trekking itineraries to discover one of the most beautiful pearls of the Tuscan Archipelago: Giglio Stone Island between uncontaminated nature and incomparable panoramas. 

In front of the Argentario promontory, Giglio Island rises from the Tyrrhenian waters with great splendour despite its modest size.  

Setting sail from Porto Santo Stefano as the ferry approaches the coast, the sea changes from the deep blue of the depths to the crystalline azure of the inlets inviting you in for a swim before you even get there. We can then see the enormous slabs of smooth, sinewy granite stone wedged into the waters and the maritime dimension of the picturesque port, made up of Mediterranean-coloured old houses; upwards, the ancient castle dominates the island from one of its highest hillocks and is worth a walk along its labyrinthine alleyways.

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