Torre Campese is located on a rock surrounded by crystalline water, framed by ancient walls with a medieval walkway bridge connecting to the rest of the island. Around tower a big garden with sun terrace, outside dining table, barbecue
On the first floor of the tower, with high vaulted ceilings, the apartment can accommodate up to 10 people and, given the division of the area, is highly suitable for 2 families. It develops over two floors, each with a mezzanine. The first floor is a large living area with two sofas including one sofa bed (two single beds) and a double sofa bed, a table for 8, an open kitchen and a bathroom. There is a double bed on the mezzanine level. The second floor has a large living area with a round table, sofa and two single beds which can become a double bed, and a bathroom. The second mezzanine has two additional single beds.
Accès des voyageurs
A Mediterranean garden lies within the tower walls. Our guests are met by individual essences and perfumes which vary depending upon the season: pink tamarisks in spring, white pittosporum in May, violet bougainvillea in summer, Mediterranean pine, palm trees, oleanders, carob trees, rubber plants and a great variety of flowers and succulents.
A large open terrace solarium complete with deck chairs and sun lounges from which one can enjoy breathtaking sunsets dominates the western coastline. Covered circular terraces guarantee relaxing spaces, as well as convivial meeting points and reading nooks in the green, with vistas opening onto the sea as well as extending into the Garden.
The barbecue area can cater for up to 12 people with its marble table, guaranteeing enjoyable days and merry evenings with friends.
A small side door leads onto the ancient tower, with panoramic views over the sea and the granite rocks, perfect spots for sunbathing and swimming, away from the crowds
Échanges avec les voyageurs
we are often in Giglio during summer period and we will be happy to help you for any evenience. In the other month there is a person in charge to welcome people
As the largest circular tower in the Tyrrhenian sea, it was used to sight Moorish pirates, having been built for that purpose in 1600 by Ferdinando de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany. The tower could host a garrison for the defence of the island. It was the garrison’s job to warn the island population of any impending danger from the sea by letting of large fireworks from the tower heights.
little pets are allowed
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