The Giannutri Island

Giannutri is a fascinating and special island. It is part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, is just 500 meters wide and 5 kilometers long, in winter it is inhabited by about twenty people who enjoy the solitary life in this little paradise. The coast is rocky (there are many caves) and there are two beaches: Cala Maestra (where the ferry docks) and Cala Spalmatoio. Giannutri is famous for the beauty of its depths, true paradises for lovers of diving. Another attraction of the island is the remains of a sumptuous Roman villa that belonged to the Domizi Enobarbi family and dates back to the 2nd century. d. C. The highest point of the island of Giannutri is Poggio di Capel Rosso (88 meters above sea level) from which there is a breathtaking view.
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