Argentarola Island

Argentarola Island

The Argentarola island is an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea located in front of the west coast of Mount Argentario. Its location is to the west of the promontory on which stands the tower of Cala Moresca and the nearby homonymous cove.

The small island, devoid of architectural structures, has low vegetation typical of the gariga on the northern shore, while on the opposite side it is devoid of vegetation.

The island is famous for a cave that opens up to 23 meters deep, an important site in the field of research conducted for the study of the climate and in particular the changes that have occurred in the past to which lowering and raising the level of the sea.