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Porto Santo Stefano: Giglio & Giannutri Mini Cruise and Meal

1. Porto Santo Stefano: Giglio & Giannutri Mini Cruise and Meal

Discover two of the pearls of the Tuscan archipelago, the islands of Giglio and Giannutri. This mini cruise offers you a thousand shades of blue, traces of history from prehistoric times, and seeing villages full of charm and unique flavors. The tour starts from the iconic Porto Santo Stefano harbor. From here, reach the first destination of the tour: the Island of Giannutri. The island still preserves the remains of an ancient Roman port near Cala dello Spalmatoio and a Roman dock near Cala Maestra. Admire the steep coasts and the ancient island’s intersection with a crystalline sea.  Next, see the Island of Giglio. The island is characterized by its mainly granitic ground and by the typical Mediterranean vegetation of vines and olive trees. On the east side, see the coves of Porto, Arenella, and Cannelle, to the west see the long and wide beach of Campese. If you prefer to get lost in alleys and breathtaking views, you will undoubtedly be fascinated by Giglio Castello. Inserted among the most beautiful villages in Italy, it boasts a wall with cylindrical and rectangular towers. Before leaving the island, you can visit the artisan shops of Giglio Porto. On the way back, enjoy a full meal onboard, comfortably seated inside the eco-friendly cruise boat. Having seen two wonders of Tuscany your tour ends back at Porto Santo Stefano at 6:30 PM.

Rocca di Frassinello Winery: Tour & Wine Tasting in Tuscany

2. Rocca di Frassinello Winery: Tour & Wine Tasting in Tuscany

Upon arrival, take a guided tour of the cellar, designed by Renzo Piano. Start the tour on the huge terrace outside the winery with the breathtaking views of the rolling hills of Maremma. Continue to the impressive barrel room excavated into the rocky terrain where about 2,000 barrels rest in gentle darkness. Explore the Etruscan exhibition, curated by the renewed architect Italo Rota, where you will find various ancient artifacts from the Necropolis of San Germano. Then, proceed to the wine tasting portion of the tour. Taste 4 different wines, namely Vermentino, Ornello, Le Sughere di Frassinello, and Rocca di Frassinello, combined with typical Tuscan schiaccia (crunchy bread) in the modern Pavilion.

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Really unforgettable experience! A private guide walked us through the uniquely designed cantine and small museum. We were able to taste four wines and a specialty wine accompanied by a very detailed description. The views from the terrace were stunning while doing the tasting. A must do for wine-lovers and anyone traveling Tuscany! Definitely worth the price and journey. * Italian * Unforgettable experience thanks to a detailed private guide through the breathtaking winery. We tasted four +1 special wines on the terrace with a spectacular landscape. A must visit for wine lovers or for anyone visiting the Maremma.

Very good tour of the modern facilities of the large winery, understandable English, binding in answering questions, appealing, very good wines to try! No sales event! Recommendation for those interested in wine growing and connoisseurs of good wines! the