On the archipelago of the Pontine Islands, Ponza is the main point for historical interest and tourism. The island is included in the municipality of the same name, in the province of Latina. With its rocky nature, it offers 41km of coastline. The landscape is predominantly rocky, dotted with bays and coves, which is truly excellent for swimming .
Ponza has a rich cultural heritage, consisting of numerous archaeological excavations and ancient vessels, that are present in the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Near the harbor, the Caves of Pilate from the Roman era can be accessed from the Faraglioni of Madonna. The most famous beach in this area is called the Chiaia di Luna. Continuing around the island, you get to the beaches of Lucia Rosa and Cala Cala Feola. The Far North is home to the island of Gavi. Going south, you get to the beach of Cala Inferno and Core, named so after the heart carved into the rock. The last resort, the most accessible among other things, is the beach of Fronton, equipped with umbrellas and chairs.