Argentario Yacht Services
Argentario Yacht Services - Area
Porto Santo StefanoArgentario

Its exceptional position, between Rome and Florence, makes Argentario a strategic point from which to visit one of the most interesting areas of Italy.

Porto Santo Stefano
Porto Santo Stefano is a tourist port and with a depth of 50 to 60 metres., we can accommodate vessels of any dimension
in its safe refuge. The port has all the amenities such as electricity, water and refueling. In the vicinity there is also
the opportunity of enjoying a game of golf or polo at an exclusive club.
If you dock in Argentario you can discover the wonders ot its inlets, majestic cliffs, surrounding islands and relish
in the beautiful deep red sunsets over the sea. In front Porto Santo Stefano, just a few miles away, there are
the beautiful islands of Giglio and Giannutri, where you can enjoy swimming in one of the several natural bay.


Cala Galera
This marina at the foot
of Mount Filippo on
Argentario can easily
hold up to 750 boats
of all dimension.
It has all the services
such as water and power
and there are some
ship-chandler shops
for all your needs.
Nearby is the famous Spa
of Saturnia, the medieval
towns of Pitigliano
and Sovana.

Cala GaleraSaturnia

This ancient fortified medieval village nestling in the hills with its beautiful Fortezza (walled castle) is world renowned for
its wine, the Brunello di Montalcino, which is produced solely from the fruit of the vine Sangiovese Grosso and aged for
a minimum of between 10 and 30 years. It is 80 km by car.


Visit this romantic city, the centre of Renaissance.
Florence is known for its monuments and works of art.
The magnificent dome of the cathedral is by Brunelleschi and the nearby
bell tower by Giotto.
In the heart of the city you can visit the unique Ponte Vecchio, (the Old
Bridge), with its ancient jeweller shops, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Pitti,
the Uffizi art gallery, the Accademia where Michelangelo's "David" can be
seen, and works by Donatello, Giambologna and Raphael.
It is 200 km by car.


Visit ancient Rome, a city dating back to 753 B.C.
You can visit the many glorious ruins of the Roman Empire, the Coliseum,
the Roman Forum, Circus Maximus, the Pantheon and the Domus Aurea.
Visit St. Peter's Cathedral, home to the Pope and the largest Christian church
in the world with its splendid Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo.
Go shopping in the elegant Via Condotti, take in the "Dolce Vita" atmosphere
around the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and in the evening sit outside
in the bars in Trastevere.
It is 150 km by car.


Visit the marvel of the Leaning Tower which was built in the 1200's and Campo dei Miracoli
with its beautiful Cathedral and Baptistery. It is 180 km by car.

Italy's best preserved medieval town in the heart of Tuscany, Siena is filled with fine examples
of Gothic architecture and has one of the world's most unique piazzas - il Campo - (shaped like
a shell). The world-famous Palio, held in the summer, is an important part of Sienese identity.
It is 100 km by car.

San Gimignano
With its unmistakable towers San Gimignano, has remained virtually intact over the centuries
and offer a fascinating insight into life in the 13th century. It is 120 KM by car.

... and many other places of historical, cultural and naturalistic interest just a few kilometers away.