Always considered sacred to Diana / Artemis for its curious crescent shape, Giannutri is a small island of the Tuscan Archipelago, 11 km from Argentario and 15 km from the Giglio Island. Is also the southernmost island of the archipelago, only 100 km away from Rome.
In its 2.8 km length Giannutri holds a wild and unexpected environment, made of soft coves wetted by crystal clear sea, steep cliffs that fall in the deepest blue, sea caves, beaches, impenetrable woods, a variegated Mediterranean scrub from which the ruins of the glorious Roman past emerge.
To preserve the peculiar natural environment and the extraordinary seabeds – that hide ancient and modern wrecks – the island has been included in the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago and subject to strict rules that limit but do not hinder the tourist enjoyment, creating a perfect balance between hospitality and need for protection.
Those who are looking for a largely unspoiled island of rare, silent beauty and comfortably accessible from the mainland will fall in love with Giannutri…