Porto Santo Stefano
and Porto Ercole, located just beyond our region, but already in land of Tuscany.
Both these two villages are part of Monte Argentario. Porto Santo Stefano, already knows at the time of Imperidal Rome, will focus on two ports, the larger one at the entrance of town from where ferries depart for the island of Giglio and the island of Giannutri, and one called La Pilarella reached through the seafront designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, where there is a succession of craft shops, bars, restaurants and so on.
Leaving Porto Santo Stefano we easily reach Porto Ercole
The first inhabitants of this charming village were fishermen who have handed down the art and even today it can meet mending fishing nets. It's nice to get lost in the narrow streets and squares of this ancient village closed to cars, until you reach the promenade with bars, restaurants, shops and terraces overlookig the sea. Impressive then are the three Spanish forts, perfectly preserved from which you admire a breathtaking view.
Walking along the paths that are encountered along the scenic road, you can reach three wonderful beaches.
In alternative, La Feniglia