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Sunny everyday, hot, but breezy. Nights are cool, mornings warm. Sunshine everyday. Does it ever rain? Water so clear you can see the fish swim by. It is deeper than it looks. Plenty of rocks from which to jump and places to swim. Snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, fishing. Do it all. When the water is still it looks like the... 更多
We enjoyed a sailing trip to Giglio Island, and loved it. The views from the top are amazing, the port is wonderful to explore, and the town at the top is something you will have to see! And you must have lunch at Santi Ristoranti - it's about as authentic as it gets!
I took a 1 hour ferry from Porto Santo Stefano, departed at 10:30 in June. Two ferry companies operate. A return ticket is 24.50Euros. Nice change day at the beach. Felt more remote than the other beaches on mainland. very nice water. you can see Corsica. A bus service is scheduled to sync with the ferry on arrival in Giglio.... 更多
We took the ferry over from Porto Santo Stefano which takes about an hour. We started by touring the walled hilltop town of Giglio Castello and the Rocco Pisana fortress. We took a guided tour around the fortress that is still inhabited by 500 people. We visited their church and wandered around the tiny streets. After our tour we went... 更多
Take the bus from the ferry port up to Giglio Castello at the top of the mountain. Climb the city streets to the Church and there you will find some interesting relics and history of the Saracens (Tunisian) battle of 1799. Walk down on a mule path that is rock strewn but scenic.
We took the ferry for the day and had a wonderful time!!! We toured the Island and visited 2 beaches. If you can, stay for more than a day, but it is definitely worth a visit. We had great weather, a good lunch and fabulous views. Be sure to have plenty of sunscreen and a good camera!
Lovely clear water, silky sand, friendly locals and a good restaurant on the beach. We stayed on the island for 3 days in June and it was just perfect. Make sure you book a nice room since some locals still offer rudimentary accomodation. The seaside at Giglio Campese is by far my favourite.