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How to get to Giannutri

FERRY TO GIANNUTRI

maregiglioThere are no private cars on the island. To reach the island of Giannutri is available a passenger boat service from Porto Santo Stefano, operated by Maregiglio Navigation Company at the following times:

Timetables may vary, it is advisable to call the company at +39 0564 812920

2017

PERIODRIDES
All the yearWednesday and Saturday
going 10:00 / return 16:00
From 1 March to 14 June and
from 16 September to 30 November
Friday
going 15:00 / return 16:15
Sunday
going 10:00 / return 15:00
From 15 June to 15 SeptemberMonday, Thursday, Sunday
going 10:00 / return 16:00
Friday
going 15:00 / return 16:15

Travel time: 1 h with the calm sea.

Rates: For each route rates, depending on the period of the year, vary from 11 to 13 € per person for the whole ticket, 8/9 € for the reduced, 2/5 € for the animals. To the ticket you must add € 1.50 per person for taxes and € 4.00 as a ticket for entry into the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago. The following categories are exempt from paying the ticket for access to the Park:
• children under the age of 12;
• school groups;
• handicapped;
• institutional and service staff;
• research personnel and those authorized by the Park Authority;
• residents of the Municipality of the Island of Giglio;
• owners of real estate.

Where to buy tickets: Ferry tickets to Giannutri can be purchased directly in the port area of Porto Santo Stefano at the Maregiglio / Toremar ticket offices in Piazzale Facchinetti 7/8. A ticket office is also present in Giglio Porto (on the Isola del Giglio) in Via Umberto I 22.

OTHER MEANS TO REACH THE ISLAND

The island of Giannutri is also accessible by taxi boat on request and with the mini-cruises that depart from Argentario and the Island of Giglio without regular basis. There is also a heliport on the island (in Ischiaiola). The small airport in the northern part of Giannutri is not operational because it does not meet the minimum security conditions.

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