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.
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