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Stories and Tips Ischia

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Side Trip to Procida

Written by airynfaerie on 06 Jul, 2010

One afternoon during our week stay in Ischia we decided to take a small trip to the neighboring island of Procida. After just about 15 minutes on the ferry we'd arrived at Marina Grande and took off on foot to explore the small fishing village…Read More


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Waterfront Stroll

Written by airynfaerie on 04 Jul, 2010

A beautiful way to experience the coastline of Ischia is to take the iconic Italian evening "passegiata" (stroll). With many stretches of road along the water's edge, it's easy to enjoy the Mediterranean, especially beautiful at sunset.We stayed in the town of Ischia Ponte, so…Read More


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"The Talented Mr. Ripley" Self-Guided Film Tour

Written by airynfaerie on 04 Jul, 2010

A big inspiration for our recent trip to the Italian island of Ischia came from my favorite film, "The Talented Mr. Ripley". As soon as we arrived I immediately recognized several places and was ready to start our self-guided "film locations tour". Most of these…Read More


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Beaches in Ischia

Written by airynfaerie on 04 Jul, 2010

With 34 km worth of coastlines, and the majority of the island's villages sitting alongside the shoreline, it's hard not to be in view of the Mediterranean at all times. The beaches are varied from sandy and powdery to pebbly and rocky. Some parts of…Read More


Forio between the past and the future

Written by hannible04 on 09 Oct, 2004

Forio is the second major town of Ischia according to population number and importance. It stretches between two promontories, Punta Caruso (at Zaro) and Punta Imperatore, between the most beautiful beaches on the island and into the metallic green of the vineyards, which cover the…Read More


Lorraine

Written by Villadon on 25 Feb, 2005

We caught the overnight train to Naples and Ischia (an island in the Bay of Naples pronounced EES-KEE-YAH). After we arrived Naples (at the Napoli Centrale Station), we took a 45-minute walk to the Port of Molo Beverello and then a 1.25-hour ferry journey…Read More


The Stroll

Written by travel2000 on 31 Oct, 2000

Start at the bottom of the hill, at the start of Via Roma. Stroll up the hill and window shop. This street is filled with stores, restaurants, piano bars, ceramic stores, and people just like yourself, STROLLING! This street becomes Via Vittoria Colanna at the…Read More


Shopping in Ischia Porto

Written by travel2000 on 31 Oct, 2000

Here is a sampling of things I've purchased on my last trip in September. I think these are the specialties on Ischia: 1. L'Enoteca, at Vittoria Colonna, 270: limoncello (famous lemon liquer-keep this in the freezer at home), mandarin orange jams, and jars of baba soaked…Read More


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Magic Baia Sorgeto

Written by sara e sergio on 02 Dec, 2008

The month of October my boyfriend and I went to relax on one magic Island call Ischia .There, We found a nice relaxed and very familiar place "RESIDENCE BAIA Di SORGETO self catering apartaments",via fumerie 29 Forio. where we meet Peppino e Rosa…Read More


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