Ischia is of volcanic origin, and its six municipalities meet the diverse needs of tourism: from trekking to scuba diving., from the farmhouses not far fromthe numerous churches and historic buildings. The green island, the largest of the Gulf of Naples is a place to explore for its natural beauty, numerous beaches and coves set in the rocks. Gardens and facilities to ensure all needs moments of comfort and relaxation. Ischia also offers an incomparable spa heritage. In fact, another highlight of our society, are the Terme of Ischia, modern facilities and well equipped a few steps from the Port of Ischia. Their organizational and structural efficiency, the medical assistance, specialist advice and the excellent preparation of the personal guarantee therapeutic results. At the port of Ischia dock most of the ferries and hydrofoils, but also private boaters. A few steps away from the shopping streets, Ischia is a very popular destination during the summer.
Fungo di Lacco Ameno: This “Mushroom” rock is a prominent landmark outside Lacco Ameno, where the Greek colonists first landed.
Lacco Ameno: Is home to the Museo Archeologico of Villa Arbusto where items from the Greek settlement are held.
The beach at Citara: Is generally considered the most beautiful in Ischia.
Santa Maria del Soccorso: This small sanctuary in the town of Forio combines elements of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque, and is known for its collection of votive offerings from sailors.
Sant’Angelo: Originally a fishing village and now a thermal spa resort, Sant’Angelo lies west of the long Maronti beach. here “taxi boats” can be hired to take you to coves otherwise inaccessible by land. Nearby are the Nitrodi hot springs.
Monte Epomeo: It is an extinct volcano. According to mythology, the eruptions and quakes were caused by the wails and sighs of the giant Typhoeus, imprisoned under the island.
Casamicciola Terme: Despite the damage caused by the 1883 eartbquake, the spa town of Casamicciola has retained its atmosphere and some Art Nouveau architecture.
Ischia Porto: Ischia Porto is the island’s main town where ferries dock.
Ischia Ponte: This village is connected to the small offshore island of Castello Aragonese by a causeway built in 1438.
Castello Aragonese: Different architectural styles can be seen inside the fortified walls of the island: the Angevin cathedral of the Assunta, a monastery and the church of San Pietro a Pantaniello.