Argentario, giglio and giannutri excursions
EXCURSIONS IN THE TUSCAN ARCHIPELAGO
La Favorita sul Mare is a company that operates in the waters of the Tuscan Archipelago, more particularly in the Argentario.
Its fleet, made up of five boats, is mainly engaged in day trips for small groups to discover the beauties of the Argentario sea. The boats leave from Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole and the mouth of the Albegna river and boat trips include stops in the most characteristic coves and with the most transparent waters for swimming and diving. Tasty lunches and an open bar are also provided on board.
The excursions always include a maximum of 12/14 people, this in order to give guests the best of experiences.
La Favorita sul Mare also organizes services on request for diving and snorkeling, services to be adapted to the most diverse needs.
The fleet of the Favorita is composed of:
the boat “La Favorita”, a welcoming 10-meter boat with ample space to enjoy the sun and up to 2 beds, and an equipped kitchen;
the boat “Malù”, a 14-meter wide and comfortable boat, with kitchen and sleeping places. This boat is usually used for trips to the islands and often the captain enjoys preparing tasty lunches of very fresh fish;
the boat “G. Blu”, a 10-meter gozzo suitable for the transport of 10 people
the “Santa Barbara”, a restored boat from 1968
the “Yak,” also completely restored, with bunk and bathroom
The commander and the sailors of the Favorita sul Mare are expert connoisseurs of these coasts, and will be able to accompany you to discover the treasures of the Argentario, the Isola del Giglio and the Isola di Giannutri, with passion and wisdom.
The promontory of the Argentario, and the islands of Giglio and Giannutri, with their irregular and jagged profile, hide wonderful coves with crystalline sea and unforgettable views. During the excursions it will be possible to stop in places not otherwise accessible except by boat (such as the splendid hidden coves of the Argentario and its islands).
On the island of Giannutri you will have the opportunity to visit a small paradise: the island is in fact part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park and in some parts of its sea access, navigation, parking, anchoring, fishing and diving. Cars are not allowed on the island and there are no hotels and accommodation facilities or bathing establishments.
On the island of Giglio you can stop in the rugged rocky bays of the island and enjoy its crystal clear waters. It will be possible to go down for a lunch in the picturesque village of Giglio Porto or enjoy a tasty lunch on board, prepared by the expert hands of the captain.
The excursion to the Uccellina Park is a real immersion in the atmospheres of the Maremma: the park is in fact a protected area and offers, in addition to pristine sea and rocky and sandy beaches, a series of interesting itineraries to meet the needs of all (archaeological and naturalistic routes).