The Pontian islands are Ponza, Ventotene, Palmarola and Zannone.

The extraordinary landscapes of sea and rock are an inexhaustible source of surprises for the traveler arriving by sea, and the warm welcome of the inhabitants also amaze the most surly sailors.

In summary

Period: all year, the climate is very mild
Suggested holiday: one or two weeks
Port of departure: from Procida
The best beach: le grotte di Pilato a Ponza
The best bay for sunset and night at anchor: Chiaia di Luna a Palmarola
What to see: the Navy Museum in Ventotene
What to taste: il the wine produced on the islands, the typical "Fieno di Ponza"
Special not to be missed: the celebration of San Silverio, the patron saint of the island of Ponza. A 3 days of striking events and entertainment on land and at sea!


ponza_portoIt is considered the most beautiful island in the Mediterranean, rich in history and natural beauty.
It is the largest of the Pontine and is inhabited since ancient times. Today it is the only one of these islands, where even in winter you can drink a good glass of wine with friends.
More than beaches is dotted with numerous coves, where to take a dip or just enjoy a sunset.


cala_nave_ventoteneThe island of exile, prison, the Roman port and the first European manifesto: it seems that in this wonderful island have crossed the destinies of history. The fact is that Ventotene is a place to discover ... and to be told!


palmarolaThe particular uninhabited cave houses, the wonderful sea and  the richness of the bottom make this island a magical place where it will be nice to spend some days.


zannoneThe island is part of the Circeo National Park offers unspoilt nature, characterized by a different geology than the other islands. His wild beauty, wait to be discovered.

Coming Soon: logbook, Easter 2016 the Pontine

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It was a dark and stormy night ... but the day we put to sea to Ventotene the sun shone and the sea was blue and inviting.  
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