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The apartment is on two levels. Ground floor with open plan living comprising a comfortable sitting area, dining area and well equipped kitchen area with oven and hob, fridge/freezer. Bathroom with shower. A flight of stairs from the living room leads onto a galleried mezzanine floor with a double bed.
The apartment has a lovely private terrace with a wonderful view over Cala Feola. Satellite TV. Air-conditioning.
GARDENS & POOL
The Tyrrhenian Sea is your pool and a 15 minute downhill stroll from the house.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Casa Nora is located in Le Forna on the pretty island of Ponza. The apartment is part of a typical island house, recently restored and divided into three apartments, Casa Nora with a wide private terrace with a wonderful view over Cala Feola. Cala Feola beach is easily reached on foot by a 15 minutes descent down the steps that lead to the beach. At the beach you can rent umbrellas and beach chairs for the day, a small boat to tour the island, or stop at Aniello's wonderful restaurant that serves fresh fish and local wine 'Fieno di Ponza' just on the rocks.
Ponza is the largest of the Pontine Islands, a pretty archipelago off the Italian coast between Rome and Naples. With blue waters and a striking mountainous landscape, the island is loved by regular visitors who attempt to keep its charms a secret. Seen by many of its visitors as a less-spoilt - and cheaper - version of Capri, it is also frequented by the rich and famous who like to keep a lower profile on holiday. The island's main settlements are Ponza Porto, around the harbour, and Le Forna, to the north.
Reachable in just a couple of hours or so from Rome, the island boasts clean and limpid waters. Here you can swim from beaches, from rocks, and from boats available for organised trips or to hire at the port. There are some excellent restaurants on Ponza.
The island's main appeal is its landscape, shoreline and atmosphere. Boat trips enable visitors to explore the other Pontine Islands, including the nature reserve of Zannone. Along the shore you can see the Grotte di Pilato, three caves where the Romans dug fishpools to raise their seafood supper. For divers there are wrecks to discover, while on shore there are mule-tracks to wander and ruins to visit, including the remains of a Roman port at Santa Maria, and a Roman necropolis. Ponza's most popular beach is Chiaia di Luna, a long crescent of sand under high cliffs accessible by foot from the port. Towards the other end of the island, near Le Forna, are the Piscine Naturali, lovely natural pools ideal for bathing and enjoying the sunshine.
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