Sickle-shaped Giannutri Island is the farthest south of the Tuscan archipelago, off the western coast of Italy. It is a small island with a high and rocky coast and no beaches. A wild island with a marine park, it is popular with those seeking tranquility, birdlife or who like to dive. Landing is only possible at Cala Maestra or Cala dello Spalmatoio, where there are a few private villas, apartments but no hotels.
Sights on the island include one of the best archeological sites in the whole Archipelago, the Roman Villa di Domizio Enobarbo, the "Grottoni", a series of cavities and cracks opened by sea and wind and the ruins of the ancient sanctuaries erected in honour of the goddess Diana.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.