Ponza is considered a cheaper version of the island of Capri, less spoilt and unknown, and its visitors want to keep its charms a secret. The island is a few hours away from Rome and holidaymakers come for its blue waters, the great beaches and especially the remoteness.
You won't find so many tourist attractions and monuments on the island, but the landscape and the lovely atmosphere is what makes it worth to visit. From Ponza, there are boat trips to the other islands in the archipelago, so you'll have plenty of activities to fill your time.
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