The charming town of Giglio Porto is nestled along a cove between two piers and backed by a terraced hill planted in vineyards. From here, a narrow, winding road climbs up to Giglio Castello. The village has kept its original fortified appearance, surrounded by high medieval walls complete with towers. The Rocca Pisana looms over a maze of narrow streets, covered by arches, dark under-passages, steep staircases and old houses, crowded on top of each other. Campese is located on the island's western coast. It is in the centre of a bay, bordered by a wide, sandy beach that is enhanced by the presence of an imposing tower "Torre del Campese".
Tourists and visitors are drawn to this granite island, by the beauty of nature, by the colours, the flavours. High pink cliffs drop sharply to the sea, broken only by small coves, bays and the large, sandy beach at Campese. The flora and fauna are particularly interesting and the Mediterranean scrub blends with olive groves and perfumed vineyards. It is from these vineyards that the esteemed white wine, Ansonica is produced.