Giglio ferry port in Giglio Island connects you with Porto Santo Stefano in Italy with a choice of up to 22 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Giglio to Porto Santo Stefano crossing is from 1 hour and the crossing is operated by Toremar.
With bays that overlook swathes of the ultramarine Tyrrhenian Sea and inland mountains carpeted with leafy Mediterranean plant-life, there’s no denying Isola del Giglio’s status as a hidden gem off the coast of Tuscany. The rocky island makes up one of the seven isles of the Tuscan Archipelago and is a popular destination for connoisseurs wanting a taste of the local “Ansonaco” wine.
Passengers stepping out from Giglio’s cosy port terminal will immediately find themselves in the heart of the town after which the island is named. From here visitors can stroll along the paved seafront promenade where yachts can be found bobbing atop the calm waters of the bay, or venture deeper into town where narrow twisting streets play host to quaint shops and restaurants.
Those travelling to Giglio can hop on the daily ferry service that leaves the Porto Santo Stefano seaport on the southern corner of mainland Tuscany. It’s an hour-long route that arcs around the northern tip of Santo Stefano, offering a glorious view of the sheer-cliffed coastline. Arriving ferries dock at the port’s single concrete pier, found to one side of a glittering marina.
Giglio Porto, 58013 Giglio
If you need to spend a night at or near Giglio ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Giglio Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!