Porto Santo Stefano - Giglio is one of our busiest routes - sailings regularly sell out at busy periods
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Porto Santo Stefano - Giglio Ferry Operators

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Porto Santo Stefano Giglio Ferry reviews

  • "At sea on Giuseppe Rum"

    This summer for our holiday to the Isola del Giglio we travelled with Toremar onboard the Giuseppe Rum ferry. We were only passengers with no car, I found really helpful that I could leave the luggages inside the garage in a reaservet place. We are really keen to this ship because every eving arrive to the Giglio port and the nex morning at 6.00 sets sail again, so it always been a permanent precesence during our dinners and evening walks along the harbor. More than once we took picture with it.

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  • "check in"

    All good apart from the check in procedure. The Toremar operator needed 4 tickets that we should have received by email and we don't. Instead we only received a single email with a comfirmation of the journey. Thaks anyway.

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Porto Santo Stefano Guide

The town and port of Porto Santo Stefano is located on Italy's west coast, in the Province of Grosseto in Tuscany. Porto Santo Stefano is located around 150 km to the north west of Rome and lies on the slopes of Mount Argentario which dominates the area. The town, along with Porto Ercole, is one of two towns in the area and attracts the very wealthy who love to take in the wonderful views on offer and enjoy its lively bars, cafes and harbour area. It is the largest town on Monte Argentario and is situated in a pretty bay with its old port, bustling streets and trendy marina. Italians from Rome and Northern Italy are also drawn here by the excellent seafood as this town has a fantastic culinary reputation. The aquarium in Porto Santo Stefano is also well worth a visit, as it recreates the typical ecosystem of the Argentario coastline.

Ferry services from the town's port depart to the island of Giglio.