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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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  • Porto Santo Stefano Accommodation

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Porto Santo Stefano Guide

Porto Santo Stefano Ferry Port

Porto Santo Stefano is a small seaport town found on the west coast of Italy, laying in the Province of Grosetto in Tuscany. The port is regarded as the gateway to Giglio Island, with many hour long sailings departing the port each day.

What is there to do in Porto Santo Stefano?

A beautiful escape for the lavishly wealthy, Porto Santo Stefano has become a haven of deluxe extravaganza. Luxury yachts line the docks and the rich elite oftentimes populate the harbour – the town is certainly not for anyone hoping to save a few pennies in budget accommodation. Once primarily known as a rundown port, Porto Santo Stefano has transformed itself into a hub of activity, gaining prominence around Italy for the wonderful seafood that is served at the array of restaurants. The harbour exudes an upper-class mood, yet look beyond the charming streets hosting vibrant bars and boutique stores, and the town reveals its alluring history. The cultural landmarks that embody Porto Santo Stefano tower out of the glorious scenery that encompasses the harbour. The Spanish Fortress is perhaps the most striking and impressive of the towers scattered around the landscape; the walls and structures are fascinating to walk among, and if you’re lucky you can catch one of the exhibitions on display. If history isn’t something that satisfies your demands for a fulfilling holiday, head to the numerous beaches that decorate the coastline to bask in the white sands and explore the waters by indulging in the snorkelling on offer.

How do you get around Porto Santo Stefano?

It is possible to cover much of the centre by foot, alternatively there are many taxi services available for quick and convenient transport.

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