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11 Best beaches in Ponza island

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Italy, Lazio, Ponza, Cala Fonte beach
Cala Fonte is the best beach on Ponza island, Italy. This is a small natural pool popular among local fishermen as a safe harbor. There are steps for easy entry into the water, as well as sunbeds for rent, a restaurant and a bar. However, the approach to the beach is rocky, thus being unsuitable for children and for old men. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (5 votes)

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Italy, Ponza, Cala Feola beach
Cala Feola is the only sandy beach on the island of Ponza, Italy. This is also one of the few, where you can get by land. This is a tiny bay with fishing boats, as well as few swimming cliffs to the east (Piscine Naturali). There is a rental of sunbeds, as well as a cafe nearby. This is a great place for children - with shallow and calm water. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (9 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Cala Felce beach
Cala Felce is a wild beach in the north-east of Ponza island, Italy. The water is crystal clear being perfect for snorkeling. There are many ancient caves around, and it is possible to reach by boat the ruins of Cistercian monastery. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (3 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Spiaggia di Frontone beach
Frontone (Spiaggia di Frontone) is the main beach of Ponza island in Italy, as Chiana di Luna is closed now. The place is beautiful - with clear water and high mountains around. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people in the high season. And the building spoils the coastal view. There is a rental of sun loungers, as well as a toilet, shower and a cafe. Entry into the water is smooth, so it is good for children. In the north end of the bay, there is an artificial pool cut in the rocks. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (12 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Bagno Vecchio beach
Bagno Vecchio is a secluded beach to the south of port of Ponza island, Italy. The place is scenic with clear water, but it's not very comfortable for swimming due to the rocky bottom. So there are no people, nor any amenities. But the historical background is very rich. There was a necropolis in ancient times, but now these are just caves with rock inscriptions of the early Christian period. In addition, it was a quarry in the Middle Ages, where the prisoners worked. And, good advise. It is better not to sunbathe under the steep rocks, else occasional stones may fall on your head. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (12 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Chiaia Di Luna beach
Chiaia Di Luna was the most popular beach of Ponza island in Italy, but now it is closed after a series of deaths. Surrounding steep cliffs look superb, but there's no a safe place ashore. So some rare falling stones are very dangerous for the sunbathers. And after all, there is no effective way to fix that rocks. It is likely that this beach will never be opened to the public. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (36 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Cala Gaetano beach
Cala Gaetano is a secluded beach on the island of Ponza in Italy. There is an excellent snorkeling on the rocks, since the water is very clear. As for the swimming, it is quite difficult due to uncomfortable entry into the water. But you can have a good time in small natural pools in the rocks. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (3 votes)
Ponza, Lucia Rosa beach, water edge
Lucia Rosa (Spiaggia di Lucia Rosa) is a wild beach in the west of Ponza island, Italy. Actually, it is just a bay with relatively calm water and a pebble bottom with stones of different sizes. There are high picturesque cliffs around. But unlike many other island's beaches, many safe places can be found ashore - without stones falling on your head. Few ancient caves are withing a walking distance, but these are common for Ponza. / read more » /
Rating: 7.0 (6 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Cala Cecata beach
Cala Cecata is a beach on the island of Ponza in Italy. In fact, these are just rocks with clear water. There are not many people even in the high season. Nearby there is an unusual cafe on wooden stilts, which also has several sun loungers for rent. / read more » /
Rating: 6.3 (6 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Cala Inferno beach
Cala Inferno is a bay in the east of Ponza island, Italy. In fact, there is no beach at all. You can dive from the boat or snorkel in clear water. The main attraction is a staircase (60 meters high) on the rocks, made in the Middle Ages. Unfortunately, the object is badly damaged, so it is closed for public. / read more » /
Rating: 6.1 (4 votes)
Italy, Ponza, Cala del Core beach
Cala del Core is a bay on the island of Ponza in Italy, notable for unusual heart shaped mark on the rock. Actually, this is the only interesting feature of this place. You will get by boat to look at these rocks and to jump into the water. Of course, it is not so bad, but there are a lot of attractions like that on Ponza, as well as in continental Italy. / read more » /
Rating: 5.0 (1 vote)
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