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Positano or Ponza

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Hi everyone! I am doing my first Europe trip this summer and am wondering which is a better location to go - Positano or Ponza?

I will be travelling in from Florence, have 4-5 nights on the coast then will be heading to Rome.

PS it will be high season (mid July!)

Our original plan was Positano with day trips to Capri and perhaps Ravello (and maybe do Pompeii on the way into Rome).

We really want beautiful scenery and to swim! also excited about grottos which I believe are in both Capri and Ponza.

I know a lot about transportation in Positano (as this was my original plan) but am curious about transportation in Ponza. Do you need to use a ferry to explore there? Can you rent a boat? What is a good spot to be in?

Thanks to everyone!!

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