Isola di Giannutri
Porto Santo Stefano - Isola di Giannutri
SUPER GREEN PASS IS REQUIRED TO GET ON BOARD
-Porto Santo Stefano- Giannutri Island
The ferry service connecting to Giannutri Island departs from Porto Santo Stefano every Wednesday and Saturday throughout the year. The service on this line is provided by the M/N Costa d’Argento, a passenger and cargo vessel. Vehicles may not be transported on the island except for island residents for whom special routes are provided during the year. The duration of the trip is about 1 hour. We land in Giannutri is at Cala Spalmatoio or Cala Maestra depending on weather conditions.
– M/N Costa d’Argento, passenger only | M/N Dianium Ro-pax ferry
The entire island of Giannutri, except for the two coves mentioned where swimming is allowed, is part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago which means the rest of the island may be visited only accompanied by an official park guide. Park guides are available every day during the summer and only on Saturdays in spring and fall. The price of the single passenger ticket varies from €25 to €27 (low/high season). A €4 park ticket must also be paid to visit Giannutri. On the island, in addition to natural excursions, you can visit the Roman Villa, also with a guide.
For more information, please contact:
tel. 0565 90 82231;
If you come by bus
From Orbetello or Grosseto, get off at the first stop at the entrance of Porto Santo Stefano in front of the shipyards a short way from the ticket offices and boarding area. The trip from Orbetello Monte Argentario to Porto Santo Stefano takes about 14 minutes, and ticket costs €2.60 each way. Tickets can be purchased at the station bar or online on the Tiemme website. You can check updated timetables here.
If you come by car
In Porto Santo Stefano you can leave your car in long-stay parking lots.
Here is a list of guarded parking:
The daily parking cost goes from 8 to 10 euro per car.
We raccomand to bring water, something for lunch and to wear trekking shoes.
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