Porto Santo Stefano Ferries
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Porto Santo Stefano Routes
Isola del Giglio to Porto Santo Stefano / Porto Santo Stefano to Isola del Giglio3 crossings daily1 hr
Porto Santo Stefano is a seaside town in western Italy, in the municipality of Monte Argentario, in the Province of Grosseto, Tuscany. Ferries to and from Porto Santo Stefano are operated by Toremar Ferries, and can be booked with AFerry.
Ferries to and from Porto Santo Stefano
Toremar Ferries was formed in 1976. Onboard you will find air conditioning and escalators. Most ferries also provide bars and a shopping arcade. For parents travelling with small children playgrounds are a useful addition to the onboard facilities.
Porto Santo Stefano
On the western coast of Italy, Porto Santo Stefano is a sea port town in the Province of Grosseto, Tuscany. The area is dominated by the slopes of Mount Argentario. Ferries to Porto Santo Stefano can be booked with AFerry.
Porto Santo Stefano port facilities
Porto Santo Stefano Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities.
Getting to Porto Santo Stefano
The main road on Porto Santo Stefano is the SS440, which takes you around the coast of the whole island and leads back to mainland Italy.
About Porto Santo Stefano
Porto Santo Stefano is a seaport town on the Monte Argentario peninsula in southern Tuscany, on Italy's west coast. Porto Santo Stefano is a very popular holiday destination for international tourists and Italians alike, offering a lively harbour with bars, cafés and stunning panoramic views. Take a relaxing stroll around the town's picturesque historic centre and cool down with a drink or gelato at one of the many bars and restaurants. Once you are refreshed, you could explore the imposing Spanish fortress, which was built in the 17th Century to control the port, or just soak up the sun on one of Porto Santo Stefano's many beaches, all with wonderful views and crystal clear waters.
Porto Santo Stefano Map
Via Vittoria , 58019, Porto Santo Stefano GR, Italy