Casamicciola to Ponza Ferry
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Casamicciola Terme is located in the middle of the northern side of Ischia island, between the towns of Ischia and Lacco Ameno. The name comes from "Casa Nizola" (Nizola's House) a Roman matron who could not walk anymore and who recovered by dipping her legs into the warm water of a stream flowing near her house.
The new centre is on the seashore, the most attractive beauties of Casamicciola are on the hills around. On the Sentinella, where the beautiful panoramic view make us understand why the european high society chose Casamicciola as holidays destination, there is the Bourbonic Geophysical Observatory. On the border dividing from the municipality of Ischia, on Monte Rotaro, there are the Bosco del Castiglione (Castle's Wood) on the side facing the sea, and the Bosco della Maddalena (Magdalene's Wood) on the side towards inland. The latter is 45 hectares wide and occupies the whole Fondo d'Oglio between Monte Rotaro and Monte Cretaio.
In the Summer months Ponza is a popular destination for Romans wishing to escape the heat of the capital. Dining on fresh seafood in the pretty pastel coloured buildings that surround the port is particularly popular. The scenic port, which is generally filled with small fishing vessels, is surrounded by restaurants, cafes, bakeries and fishmongers. Swimming in the island's crystal clear waters is also popular and some of the most easily accessible beaches can become quite busy in the summer.
Ponza's close proximity to the Italian capital means that the island has been a popular getaway destination right the way from ancient times to the present day. In Imperial times, the nobility built luxurious villas on the island, exploiting its vistas as they relaxed in swimming pools hewn from rock. After the fall of the Empire, the island was abandoned and was not repopulated until 1734, when Charles III of Spain - at the time southern Italy was ruled by the Bourbon dynasty - founded Porto.
Renting a small boat in Ponza is a particularly good idea if you want to escape the Summer crowds and all you need to do so is an ordinary driving licence. Once you're off after a few brief instructions, you're free to explore the unspoilt coastline and seek out your own private pieces of paradise.
So, book your ferry from Italy's 'secret' island simply and securely with AFerry