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Ponza is the largest of the PontineIslands, a pretty archipelago off the Italian coast between Rome and Naples. With blue waters and a striking mountainous landscape, the island is loved by returning visitors who attempt to keep its charms a secret.
Ponza is seen by many of its visitors as being a less spoilt and cheaper version of Capri, and is frequented by the rich and famous who like to keep a lower profile. The island's main settlements are Ponza Porto, around the harbour, and Le Forna, to the north. There are some excellent restaurants in Ponza, as well cafes and bars. The island's main appeal is the landscape, shoreline and tranquil atmosphere. Along the shore it is possible to see the Grotte di Pilato, three caves where the Romans dug fish pools to raise their seafood supper. Underwater there are wrecks to discover, while ashore there are mule-tracks to wander, and ruins to visit, including the remains of a Roman port at Santa Maria, and a Roman necropolis.
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