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Ponza Travel

Ponza - Palmarola - Zannone

Ponza Island

To experience the summer to the fullest there is nothing like a nice beach holiday ...
Summer holidays ... the long-awaited time of the year is finally coming. You already see yourself with a hat and sunglasses dragging your suitcase to the ship or hydrofoil that will take you to our beautiful island, where you will find the crystal clear sea you dreamed of during the winter.
You don't need to go far to have unforgettable holidays, here you will find everything you need to experience a fantastic summer: hospitable people, delicious food, aperitifs at sunset and a sea so blue that you will hardly forget it!
The charm that the islands exert on many of us is unique and bewitching; the smaller ones seduce the traveler, thanks to the quiet, the slow rhythms and the splendor of nature at its maximum expression.
Ponza has conquered more than one heart, as has Palmarola, a wonder of nature, a paradise for diving lovers.
Ponza also becomes a COVID FREE island (more information HERE); mass vaccinations have started, a campaign that should end by June, to protect the safety of residents and tourists, one more reason to choose an Italian holiday destination, even if just for a weekend escape from the city, considering how close we are to cities like Rome and Naples.

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Excursions Ponza

Excursions Ponza

No stay in Ponza is complete without a classic tour of the island, a tour of the island coasts to admire the colors of the sea, the small bays and the splendid caves.
Organized tours depart every day that allow you to go around the island in a few hours (an ideal solution even for those who are in Ponza only for one day) but it is also possible to rent a boat or a dinghy with or without a sailor.

Excursions Palmarola

Arriving in Palmarola on your left there is the Faraglione di Mezzogiorno, on the right Punta Vardella. Cala Brigantina: so called because it offered the sailing ships a landing at anchor.
Palmarola was still the base of the Barbary pirates in the eighteenth century. In this area from autumn to spring there are hundreds of herring gulls and even the peregrine falcon nests there.

Excursions Zannone

The small island Zannone is the only one of the islands of the Pontian Archipelago not of volcanic origin. Since 1979 it has been annexed to the Circeo National Park.
From the islet of Gavi to the extreme north of Ponza, the route leads straight to the Varo, the only place suitable for landing on Zannone when the sea is calm.