Isola del Giglio
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. Isola del Giglio's mild climate, unspoilt nature and crystal clear, emerald coloured waters, offer unforgettable holidays all year round.
The island is separated by a 16 km stretch of sea from the Argentario promontory: mainly mountainous, it is almost wholly constituted of granites culminating in the Poggio della Pagana (496 m). 90% of its surface is covered by Mediterranean vegetation alternating with large pine forests and numerous vineyards which enable the production of the famous "Ansonaco" wine. The coast is 27 km long, made up of rocks, of smooth cliffs and several suggestive bays: Arenella, Cannelle, Caldane and Campese, the biggest one with its little homonymous village.
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