The smallest of the seven
The island of Giannutri, from the crescent shape is the smallest of the seven islands that make up the Tuscan Archipelago, is also called Isola dei Gabbiani due to the presence of the seagulls with the particular color of the paws that is yellow. The island is famous for the presence of the remains of the villa Roman and for the remains of the ancient Roman port. Giannutri has been declared a Marine Park and is therefore particularly protected and controlled by the authorities. Its depths make it unique and each year attract thousands of divers.
Day trips and mini cruises depart from Porto Santo Stefano and Giglio Porto.