Compare ferries from Pontine Islands to Gulf of Napoli
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About Pontine Islands

The Pontines are an Italian archipelago comprising Gavi, Zannone, Palmorola, Ventotene, Santo Stefano and Ponza in the Tyrrhenian Sea to the northwest of Naples.

Although small, these islands offer a lot to all types of holidaymaker. Several archaeological sites are scattered across Venetone, and Ponza, the most visited and popular, boasts superb swimming, snorkelling and sailing conditions.

As you would expect from Mediterranean islands, the Pontines have some beautiful beaches, too, both sandy and rocky. Also, with numerous pretty harbours lining the coast, a picturesque backdrop lies around every corner.

The Pontines’ main ports are in Ponza and Ventotene and, as popular day trip spots, there are frequent ferry crossings back to the Italian mainland to choose from. You can also sail within the archipelago, with all routes operated by well-established ferry companies.

About Gulf of Napoli

The Gulf of Napoli which is also called the Bay of Naples is a great tourist destination located along the Southwest coast of Italy. The Gulf consists of three islands, Capri, Ischia and Procida.

This is a vibrant land with warm and passionate inhabitants. Capri and Ischia are two of the most popular islands in Italy, attracting tourists with its splendid beaches, historical architecture, narrow streets and churches, especially during the summer periods.

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