The Giglio island is the jewel of the Tuscan archipelago. It is under the management of the Marine Parks Authorities, which strives for conservation and protection of the area’s natural habitat . The island’s sea is uncontaminated and crystal clear, with beaches, inlets, grottoes, rock cliffs and rocky coastlines, ideal for days in the open air.You can choose to hire a boat and spend the day isolated from the rest of the world in one of the island’s inlet beaches. The area is a paradise for scuba diving, with its sea beds replete with marine life: fish, sea fans, star fish, even the wrecks of ancient Roman galley ships. Thanks to its mild climate, every season offers trekking fans numerous itineraries in the Mediterranean bush, from 500m above sea level to the shore. Discover ancient medieval villages, such as Castello, which offers interesting activities for all ages and in all seasons: from the open cellar wine tasting in October to the film festival in July, and the feast of Saint Maximilian in September. Campese, dominated by the Saracen tower on one side and the Faraglione rock stack on the other, has the largest equipped beach on the island, and is the natural meeting place for families with small children, able to move freely around given the almost lack of cars.