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Introduction

castello aragonese ischia

castello aragonese ischia

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Ischia is an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 30 kilometres from Naples, in the Italian region of Campania. It is a popular tourist destinations with both great nature and culture. Also, its termal spas and hot springs are extremely popular with both European as well Asian tourists.

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Geography

The island is very mountainous, with the highest point almost 800 metres. About 60,000 people live on the island of Ischia.

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Cities

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Sights and Activities

  • Aragonese Castle
  • Gardens of La Mortella and Villa Ravino
  • Beaches, like Citara Beach, English Beach and Maronti Beach
  • Termal spas and hot springs
  • Church of the Soccorso
  • Villa La Colombaia

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Events and Festivals

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Weather

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Getting There

By Boat

  • From Naples Beverello to Forio by Alilauro Hidrofoil - 08:00 (to Alilauro) (weekdays) 09:35 (to Alilauro) (except Saturdays - via Ischia) 10:30 (to Alilauro) (via Ischia) 14:35 (to Alilauro) 17:00 (To Alilauro). Most boats arriving in Ischia stop first in Ischia Porto, and then make additional stops in Casamicciola and Forio.
  • Pozzuoli Harbour - You can also reach Ischia by taking the ferry from the main harbour in Pozzuoli (and Procida).

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Getting Around

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Sleep

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