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Giglio Castello, Tuscany

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  • If visiting Giglio you should definitely check Castello out! It only costs a couple of euros to get the bus up and it's a lovely trip out for a few hours. The people are friendly and you walk around a...  more »
  • Narrow streets old walls, great views! Porto Giglio coming undbedingt the well signposted walk (ca1h for non experienced suitable, partly steeply but shady) make about the antiquity with old paving stones covered road. Can be unforgettable, the rise of super deep look at bays and Porto Giglio!
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  • Administrative center of the island and also the site of major historical importance as a fortified town to defend the population against pirate raids that have infested the Mediterranean for centuries. It was built around the Rocca Pisana already built by ESA, XI. It consists of narrow streets characterized by an infinite number of ladders that reach the homes and on which there are also the famous wine cellars carved in granite and who are often the larger environment available to the House. Is it really worth devoting ourselves a visit, maybe resting one day from the exertions of the beach.
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