It was a warm Saturday in late summer. As I drove across a pancake-flat coastal agrarian landscape, about 50 miles southwest of Rome, a shape materialized out of the haze above the sea. A mountain: greenish-black, sudden, surprising. It gained substance with every bumpy mile my Fiat Panda put behind me, looming over fields stippled with umbrella pi...

In Italy there are many islands to discover: one of them is Ponza. Here, it is possible to enjoy wonderful beaches and a turquoise sea that will leave the visitor pleasantly surprised. Here you will find out where this island is as a part of the archipelago of Pontine islands and you will know what to do and to see in this place. You will also have...

THE VOLCANIC ISLAND OF PONZA is blessed with a chromatic richness and no cliff looks the same.  The world-famous crescent-shaped beach of Chiaia di Luna (Half Moon Beach) is dominated by sheer vertical white and yellow tuff cliffs that rise more than 300 feet (100 meters) above the turquoise-colored sea below. Locals claim that on nights when the m...

Ponza is a popular summer vacation destination for Italians, especially Romans and Neapolitans, as Rome and Naples are only a short drive and ferry ride away. Known by some as “Capri without the tourists,” Ponza is a worthy vacation destination for travelers who want to experience summer the Italian way, basking in the beauty of the Mediterranian....