Zannone Island is part of the Circeo National Park and therefore it is totally wild and uninhabited. Only inhabitants are wild sheep and peregrine falcons. Its main feature is the forest. Yes, just the woods, namely of oaks. Turn in a forest in flip flops, swimsuit and still wet from the ocean is very special and unique experience. The path is easy and well marked and take you to the top, where there are still remains of a Cistercian monastery. In the Middle Ages in fact the island was inhabited by substantially friars who drew inspiration from the island of prayer and reflection. Now the island is uninhabited and can be reached safely and with occasional organized trips both with small boats for rent.