Boutique Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola
Porto Santo Stefano
Porto Santo Stefano

Boat trips around the Argentario

Boat trips around the Argentario

Set out from the Argentario and reach the islands of the Tuscan archipelago directly by sea. Admire unforgettable views, dive into the blue waters and explore the magnificent nature of these islands for an experience to remember. Choose from the many tours and mini cruises to explore both the coves of the Argentario and the islands of the Mediterranean directly by sail boat, in a rubber dinghy or on a mini cruise.

Merely gazing out the window and seeing the sea upon arriving at the Boutique Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola is enough to inspire you to take a nice boat ride. The Concierge service can provide all the details regarding excursions and rentals, to enjoy the archipelago nudged by the sea breeze. Bookings for the mini cruises, boat or dinghy tours can also be made and at affordable prices. Upon request, we can even prepare lunchboxes to take on the boat.

Some interesting boat tours departing from Porto Santo Stefano include:



A mini cruise from the Isola del Giglio to Giannutri

A day to experience the beautiful islands of Giglio and Giannutri, savouring the sun, sea and walks amongst nature. The mini cruise departing from Porto Santo Stefano to reach the Isola del Giglio – the second largest island in the archipelago – in an hour. During the stop, it is possible to visit or have a guided tour of this pearl of the Mediterranean, characterised by 90% of its territory being untouched to this day. After Giglio, you reach Giannutri, the small island extending a mere 500 metres in width and 5 kilometres in length that is part of the National Park of the Tuscan archipelago.


Maxi cruise to the Island of Elba, Montecristo and the Island of Giglio

A maxi cruise visiting the most famous sites of the Archipelago. Elba is undoubtedly the largest and most famous mass of land. Then there is Montecristo, made famous by Alexander Dumas’ novel, “The Count of Montecristo”. Not to be forgotten is Giglio, the pearl of the Mediterranean. Elba is reached via the islets known as the “Ants of Grosseto”. After a stop at Porto Azzurro, you will set out to circumnavigate Montecristo. The Natural Reserve of Montecristo is an extraordinary place, a sanctuary of nature and very fragile from an environmental point of view. Indeed, access is strictly regulated by both land and sea. Next comes a visit to the Island of Giglio.

The Calette dell’Argentario and diving off the Scoglio del Corallo

Diving enthusiasts can discover the magnificent seabed of the Argentario coast, rich in underwater itineraries. One of the best-known spots is right in front of the Boutique Hotel Torre di Cala Piccola, the Scoglio del Corallo. The coves ‒ Cala del Gesso, Cala del Bove, Cala Piccola and Cala d’Uomo ‒ are even more beautiful when reached by sea, aboard a sailing boat or rubber dinghy.

For additional information and to find out more about boat tours, ask our Concierge service.

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