Feniglia and Giannella

Feniglia and Giannella

Strips of sand—about 4 miles long each—and sand dunes and pine forests that connect the mainland to the Argentario Peninsula. Partially wild, with some developed beaches and restaurants. The shallow waters are ideal for kids. Bicycle and hiking trails give access to the beautiful lagoon and marshes, a natural reserve. Only a few minutes from the genuine fishing town of Porto Santo Stefano, and the quaint and upscale Porto Ercole.

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