The Aragonese Castle (Castello Aragonese)
When getting near the island, the silhouette of the Aragonese castle is a sign that there is not much left, we are almost there. The castle is the szmbol of the island, it is a fortification built on a mini island that is connected with the mainland by a bridge that has been rebuilt several times during the centuries. The fortess was built in 1440 and can be visited also by elevator. You will have a stunning view on the island and on the bay of Naples.
Ischia’s thermal baths have already been used by ancient Romans (and they knew something about dolce vita and relax) . while in the rest of the world. The island is full of spasand it is quite cool have a full immersion in a hot spa and jump ito the sea afterwards.
The bay of Sorgeto
Sant’Angel ois the fancy part of Ischia, this is where celebrities sunbathe. Íou can oly get there on foot or by horribly expensive taxi.You can take the bus, as well, get to the terminus and then walk another 1 km. The view will compensate for everything: colourful houses, shops, terraces, cafés and restaurants.
Source of the Nymphs Nitrodi
The natural mineral water of the source is classified hypotherma sulphate. The therapeutic properties have been recognized by the Ministry of Health. The water of the source will regulate diuresis, improve the functional capacity of the kidney, it heals ulcers and will make your skin smooth as silk.
Come on, you are on an island, get into the water or just lay on the beach and sunbathe!
Island or not, the most famous dish of Ischia is not seafood but rabbit Ischia style. The rabbit is made in a terracotta baking tin together with tomatoes, garlic, olive oil. Normally, the sauce will be the seasoning of the pasta you eat as first course.
Ischia was unfortunately hit by an earthquake in August 2017m you can read more about this here.