Living Ischia

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Experience Ischia
Sea, Spas and Nature: at the heart of your holiday...
The Island of Ischia can still be described as the green island: covered in lush vegetation, it offers numerous opportunities for nature walks. In Lacco Ameno, not far from La Reginella, you can explore the beautiful grounds of Villa Arbusto, while if you head towards Forio you can visit the famous Mortella garden with its wealth of rare plants. Mount Epomeo offers numerous footpaths where you can go for a real hike if you wish.
Meanwhile, the village of Ischia Porto is home to lots of public parks suitable for all the family.
The closest beach to Lacco Ameno is the well-known San Montano Bay. You can access other beaches by going towards Forio. They include San Francesco, Chiaia and Citara Beaches. The latter is of a fair size, but is gradually being eroded away by the sea.
When heading towards Porto, it is well worth paying a visit to Ischia Ponte and the Rocks of Sant’Anna where the boat procession takes place on 26 July, culminating in the “castle fire”.
The island’s largest beach is Maronti, between Barano and Sant’Angelo.
If you decide to go on a boat trip, make sure you pay a visit to San Pancrazio Bay, which is only accessible via the sea and stands out for its crystal-clear water. There is a small beach here, but landing is prohibited due to the unstable rocks around it.
La Reginella gives you the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful thermal park in the heart of Lacco Ameno.
While the Negombo and Poseidon complexes are well worth a visit, the luxuriant thermal park at La Reginella will give you the chance to relax completely in natural thermal waters, right in the centre of Lacco Ameno: in the middle of the town, yet in the middle of a thermal park at the same time.