Giannutri Island is the most southern of the Tuscan Archipelago and is one of the municipalities of Giglio Island. It’s about three kilometers long and 500 kilometers large. The coast is rugged and rocky and in some places caves and beautiful beaches can be found.
In the island there is a characteristic flora and fauna.
There are ruins of a Roman villa built hail from the second century AD, but currently closed for restoration. A Roman port is also present but people can only see only some remains.
The whole area of Giannutri is protected by the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago and it’s a site of regional interest.