Ferry to Porto Santo Stefano - Isola Del Giglio, Tuscany

Ferries Porto Santo Stefano - Isola Del Giglio


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Porto Santo Stefano

How to reach Porto Santo Stefano
0 how to reach Porto Santo Stefano 2 by car: coming from France or from regions Northwest of Italy, take the A12 Genoa-Livorno at Rosignano Marittimo merge onto SS1 via Aurelia and continue towards Grosseto-Roma.Continue in the direction of Grosseto on the SS1 via Aurelia and continue past the capital of Maremma towards Rome for about 30 Km leave the Aurelia highway up to the town of Albinia, following the signs for Isola del Giglio, Argentario and Porto Santo Stefano keeping always on the right. Follow the road of Giannella which leads directly to Porto Santo Stefano.From the NORTHEAST to reach the A1 Bologna-Florence and follow the signs to A1/Florence and enter into A1 (toll road) Follow the exit Firenze-Certosa, Cassia SS2, Impruneta. Turn right at the roundabout towards Siena Colle Val d'Elsa/Poggibonsi/Grosseto. Continue along the SS Firenze-Siena (Siena/Grosseto/signs to Arezzo) Continue on Beltway Siena Ovest. Take the exit towards SS223, keep left at the fork and follow signs for Grosseto. Continue past the capital of Maremma towards Rome for about 30 Km leave the Aurelia highway up to the town of Albinia, following the signs for Isola del Giglio, Argentario and Porto Santo Stefano, keeping to the right. Follow the road of Giannella and at the fork for Orbetello swerve to the right before reaching porto Santo Stefano where the ferry.By train: the station of Orbetello Monte Argentario correspondence is in the hamlet of Orbetello Scalo. This railway line is very well connected with the stretch that drops from Genoa or dating back from Rome, while for connection to Florence line is less rapid.Upon reaching the station of Orbetello-Monte Argentario boarding ferries is about 10 Km, but the link with Porto Santo Stefano is well serviced by public service throughout the year provides buses very frequent buses taking about 20 minutes.By bus: from Grosseto is a discreet public bus service, operated by Tiemme transport, which with a few euros you can reach Porto Santo Stefano and the embarkation point for ferries. The departure is made from Grosseto railway station several times a day and you can get just a few meters from the ticket offices adjacent to the pier in Porto Santo Stefano. This service is also present for the return in Grosseto although less frequently.0 information about Porto Santo Stefano 2 Porto Santo Stefano is a port city located in Tuscany, on the West coast of Italy and is also the Centre of the commune of Monte Argentario, in the province of Grosseto.This city, together with Porto Ercole, is the main centre of Argentario.Porto Santo Stefano is situated in a picturesque Bay with cream-colored and terracotta crafted houses down the Hill. The city is an active port with beautiful boats moored in the harbour. You can spend the afternoon wandering on the wooden walkways by the sea watching the fishermen return with the catch of the day.The port is also famous for its numerous seafood restaurants high class tourism-oriented, glitzy enough to attract the elite class from around the world.Information about Porto Santo Stefano
Porto Santo Stefano is a port city located in Tuscany, on the West coast of Italy and is also the Centre of the commune of Monte Argentario, in the province of Grosseto.
This city, together with Porto Ercole, is the main centre of Argentario.
Porto Santo Stefano is situated in a picturesque Bay with cream-colored and terracotta crafted houses down the Hill. The city is an active port with beautiful boats moored in the harbour. You can spend the afternoon wandering on the wooden walkways by the sea watching the fishermen return with the catch of the day.
The port is also famous for its numerous seafood restaurants high class tourism-oriented, glitzy enough to attract the elite class from around the world.
Porto Santo Stefano

Isola Del Giglio

How to reach the island of Giglio
To reach the island of Giglio you take the ferry to Porto Santo Stefano (Monte Argentario) where two shipping companies (Toremar and Maregiglio) perform several times daily with destination port.
Coming from the North, Florence or Pisa, you pass on the freeway and continue towards Rome on the Via Aurelia. After about 34 km exit at Albinia and follow the reporting for Porto Santo Stefano (12 km).
From the South, Rome, once they leave the A12 follow the Via Aurelia until Orbetello. After crossing the village, follow the signs for Porto Santo Stefano (12 km).
Information about Isola del Giglio
Isola del Giglio is one of the seven islands of the Tuscan Archipelago, on a clear day, the island's highest point is able to offer a spectacular view overlooking the coast and the other islands of the archipelago. Although the island is completely mountainous, its East Coast is flat and gentle sandy beaches, while the western part is formed by steep slopes and cliffs overlooking the sea.
Isola Del Giglio