Giannutri is a small island in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Tuscany, Italy. It is the most southerly island of the Tuscan Archipelago and has been described as a paradise for scuba divers, nature lovers and for children, as no cars are allowed on the island. Its tourist attractions include, an ancient Roman seaside villa. The view from the peak at Poggio Capel Rosso is very popular with visitors to the island.
The island is most appealing to scuba divers as Giannutri is classified as a marine park. The depths contain a myriad of sea life, shipwrecks, dolphins, whales and turtles.There are only two sand beaches on the island and many walking paths.
Things to See & Do
* Villa Domizia
* Scuba diving
* Poggio Capel Rosso - 85m. peak
Cruise Season – Feb to Dec
Currency - Euro (€)
Language – Italian
Land Area – 2.62 km²
Population – 10 permanent residents (approx)
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT/UTC + one hour
International Country Telephone Code – 39
Port Location - The port is located at Cala Spalmatoio, where there is also a small pier for docking private boats, and one of the only two sandy beaches on the island.
Travel Links – There are daily boat trips from the Porto S. Stefano on the mainland to the island during summer months and only three trips per week during the rest of the year