This circular route, which allows you to explore the central-southern area of the island of Capraia, is one of the most fascinating and challenging itineraries in the Tuscan Archipelago.
Giannutri is the “archaeological island” par excellence of the Tuscan Archipelago. The large Roman villa owned by the Domizi Enobarbi family occupies a large area of the north-eastern part of the island, with sprawling terraces which lead down to the sea.
The route, which is particularly interesting from a historical and archaeological point of view, runs along the south-eastern slopes of Monte Capanne. In this area there are several ancient granite artefacts and prehistoric sites, which can be seen from the path network.