• Argentario

    Exclusive tourism on the Tuscan Coast

    A pleasant and peaceful atmosphere, tasty seafood and enchanting views with Monte Argentario as a backdrop. This angle of paradise, the destination for exclusive tourism and often chosen for sailing holidays, juts into the Tyrrhenian Sea just before the two southern islands of the beautiful Tuscan Archipelago: Giglio and Giannutri.

    The headland was at one point an island, but due to the marine currents was joined to the mainland, and it was probably already inhabited by the Etruscans. Later it became a possession of the Roman Church, a dominion of the Spaniards who fortified the two existing ports and towns of Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole, before it passed into the hands of the Grand Duke of Tuscany and then finally annexed to the kingdom of Italy. During World War II, Porto Santo Stefano was completely destroyed and was rebuilt only in the fifties, whose style is still visible.

    Today the islands of Giglio and Giannutri can be reached from this port, places of extraordinary beauty and favourite destinations for divers, thanks to their waters which are rich in flora and fauna.

    The terraces overlooking the sea, where you can dine in front of beautiful sunsets, are characteristic of Porto Ercole, with its port of Cala Galera, being a favourite stopping point for celebrities to moor their yachts. The country is "dominated" by a characteristic Spanish fortress.

    Discovering the coast of Monte Argentario from the sea is a unique experience and picturesque coves and bays make it an exciting and romantic place, where you take a dip in the crystal waters.

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