Ponza is a real pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea that forms a crescent moon.
The island offers crystal clear waters, beaches, magnificent caves and lots to explore and discover. Life in Ponza is linked to the sea, and the best way to appreciate the island in all its beauty is certainly circumnavigating it by boat.
Ponza however it is not only the sea but it is also rich in orchards, vineyards and a beautiful countryside.
The inhabited centers are scattered with bathing establishments, hotel, restaurants and night clubs, as well as diving centers.
Ponza Island is flanked by a main road that when travelled on creates a splendid panoramic route from the port up to the northernmost part of the island. Getting around Ponza is easy thanks to the public minibus service, although renting a scooter or a small car allows you to enjoy the most evocative views.
In Ponza there are two main inhabited areas: the Ponza citadel in the south and Le Forna in the north of the island. Some of the most characteristic architectural features include the white houses as well as the North African style dammuso houses whose domes are scattered almost everywhere.
Ponza is full of surprises, complete with a gastronomy that can reconcile the two souls of the island, the sea and the land, and it produces high quality products and raw materials.
From fancy restaurants to genuine trattorias, you can find a unique atmosphere that recalls the ancient times of yesteryear.
Hotel Torre dei Borboni is located in an exclusive position, on a promontory overlooking the sea, just a three minute walk from the port and very close to the most important tourist attractions of the island.