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Departure from Amalfi, Ischia, Naples, Positano, Sorrento

Make the most of your time
Top-shelf boat and services
Drinks and snacks on board

Aicon 72 SL and other options...

From € 1,300 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 8 hours

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Dazzling Capri Tour by Luxury Yacht or Gozzo

Departure from Amalfi, Ischia, Naples, Positano, Ravello, Sorrento

A luxury yacht all to yourself
Stops to swim and snorkel
English-speaking skipper

Aicon 72 SL and other options...

From € 800 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 4 hours 8 hours

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Ischia and Procida Group Boat Tour with Lunch on Board
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Departure from Ischia

Comfortable boat with full amenities
Ischia and Procida in a single day
Lunch, aperitivo, and wine included

Boat to Procida

€ 60 per guest

Duration 7 hours

Free cancellation

Ischia Group Boat Tour with Lunch on Board
Bestseller Shared

Departure from Ischia

An experienced local skipper
Lunch with traditional dishes
Stops to swim and snorkel

Boat to Ischia

€ 60 per guest

Duration 6 hours

Free cancellation

Departure from Amalfi, Ischia, Naples, Positano, Sorrento

Enjoy your day at sea off Capri on this powerful speedboat without having to compromise space or style for comfort.

Azimut Atlantis 55

From € 2,600 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 8 hours

(13 Reviews)
Scenic Amalfi Coast Tour by Luxury Yacht or Gozzo

Departure from Amalfi, Capri, Ischia, Naples, Positano, Sorrento

Fabulous boats with full amentities
Experienced local skippers
Free time on land to shop and sightsee

Aicon 72 SL and other options...

From € 599 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 4 hours 8 hours

(13 Reviews)

Ischia Insider: Your Complete Guide

Long stretches of sandy beach, vibrant green hills, natural hot springs, luxury spas, and excellent cuisine that blends seafood classics with inland specialties: Ischia is an ideal Italian destination for those who want a carefree beach holiday where relaxation and wellness are the order of the day.

Ischia is known as “The Green Island” for its lush countryside of Mediterranean flora that covers much of its area.

Where is Ischia?

Ischia is an island off the coast of southern Italy in the Bay of Naples, and is part of the Campania region that also includes Capri and the Amalfi Coast. Set about 40 minutes off the coast of Naples by ferry and just a few kilometers from the tiny islet of Procida, Ischia is the third most populated island in Italy and is connected to the mainland by ferry all year round. You can catch a hydrofoil to the island from Molo Beverello in Naples or a regular ferry from Calata di Massa in Naples and the town of Pozzuoli. Ferris also run to the island from Sorrento, Capri, Positano, and Amalfi in the summer.

Where should I stay on Ischia?

The island of Ischia is home to six towns: Ischia (divided into Ischia Porto and Ischia Ponte), Casamicciola, Lacco Ameno, Forio, Sant'Angelo, Serrara Fontana, and Barano. The most lively are Ischia Porto, Casamicciola Terme, and Forio with its Bay of Citara and the beaches of Maronti. Those looking for a more laid-back atmosphere can opt to stay on the slopes of Mount Epomeo (Monte Epomeo) between Barano and Serrara Fontana. Sant'Angelo is ideal for a couple who want to holiday in a romantic fishing village atmosphere. There is a wide range of restaurants in all the towns on the island, most of which feature fresh fish and seafood or traditional island dishes like the famed “coniglio all'ischitana” (Ischian rabbit).

Best Place to Stay on Ischia Island

Suggested itineraries:
What to See and Do in One Day on Ischia
Three Days on Ischia

Which are the best thermal springs and beaches?

Ischia is a volcanic island, rich in hot springs with sulfuric thermal waters gurgling up at different points across the island that have been popular since Roman times. The largest thermal spas are Poseidon, Negombo, and Castiglione. You have to purchase a ticket to enter these thermal parks and access about 30 different natural thermal baths at various temperatures. Free public hot springs are located in the Baia di Sorgeto, where you can also swim in sea water that has been warmed by hot springs that bubble up from the sea floor, and in Cartaromana. The most beautiful beaches on the island are Maronti Beach and the Bay of San Montano.

The Best Beaches on Ischia

What should I see on Ischia?

In addition to beautiful hot springs and beaches, the island of Ischia is home to a number of historic and cultural gems like the imposing Castello Aragonese, which dates from the Middle Ages. The small Pithecusae Archaeological Museum in Villa Arbusto, holds Nestor’s Cup (Coppa di Nestore), one of the oldest surviving examples of the Greek alphabet unearthed until today. You can also visit the beautiful Giardini La Mortella, the Torrione di Forio, and the Chiesa del Soccorso.

When is the best season to visit Ischia?

Tourist season on Ischia begins around Easter and lasts until October. The best time of year to visit Ischia is in spring and September. The busiest months are July and August, when it's warm enough to really appreciate the island's many beaches, but it can also be very crowded.
Most hotels and hot spring spas are closed between November and March, though Ischia does remain somewhat active all year long and the public hot spring spas remain open, unlike other islands in the Bay of Naples.


We can suggest the best tours and experiences to fit your group and travel style during your visit to Ischia!


Soak for free in these public hot springs


Taking the waters in a tropical garden


Three itineraries to visit Ischia in one day


For a day of complete R&R


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Food & Drink

Our favorite restaurants on the island

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Choose among our selected and reviewed accommodations on the island, with more than 12.000+ dream rooms reserved.

Luxury Villas - Ischia

Ischia luxury at Villa Capricorno

  1. Your private thermal infinity pool
  2. Direct access to the picturesque Spiaggia degli Inglesi beach
  3. Starlit dinners with sweeping views over the Mediterranean

5 stars luxury - Lacco Ameno - Ischia

Luxury, glamour & spa on Ischia

  1. Thermal wellness: the best of Ischia's spa tradition
  2. Lifestyle Regina Isabella: your tailor-made vacation
  3. Gourmet, Neapolitan and island cuisine - with a view of the sea
From € 585
(517 Reviews)

B&B and Homes - Forio d'Ischia

Your B&B at Forio d'Ischia the combines luxury and refined style in a central location near the sea

Excellent location
Garden and terrace
Newly constructed

From € 93
(24 Reviews)

3 stars - Ischia

Nights to remember, inside Ischia's Aragon Castle!

  1. Sleep in a monk's cell, inside Ischia's Aragon Castle
  2. The delicious Southern Italian and island cuisine
  3. The view of the sea and Ischia Ponte from the terrace
From € 177
(366 Reviews)

5 stars - Casamicciola Terme - Ischia

Limitless luxury at the foot of Mount Epomeo

  1. The ultimate in Mediterranean luxury on the island of Ischia
  2. The world-class spa built on the site of the Gurgitiello spring
  3. Food and and wine with wow! factor
From € 312
(840 Reviews)

4 stars - Sant'Angelo di Ischia

A beach house on Ischia

  1. Sea views from every room
  2. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner overlooking the coast
  3. Walking distance to the beach and spa
From € 226
(217 Reviews)

Top sights


The beating heart of Ischia


The largest town on the island


From the mountains to the sea


At the foot of the Castello Aragonese


Where thermal waters reign


The smallest town on Ischia