Giglio Island after the Island of Elba, is the largest of the Tuscan Archipelago. Its morphology is mainly mountainous, consisting almost entirely of a block of granite, where in some places beautiful beaches, such as the Campese and other small beaches, can be found.
The vegetation of the Island consists in wood of holly oak.
Giglio Island can be reached by boat. During the crossing visitors can admire Uccellina vegetation and its towers, Talamone and then heads to the island. Giglio island is characterized by white beach and crystal clear sea.