Most popular Villas in Ischia
Highlights in Ischia
- Fabulous healing properties
- Amazing spa resort
- Fabulous seafood by the port
- Fantastic beaches and coves
- Lovely picturesque villages
Most popular amenities for Villas in Ischia
Villas in Ischia
No matter where you stay in Ischia, the beach will be very close to your accommodation. Find a cosy villa with every detail to make your stay a wonderful one. Many tourists opt for Forio, on the west coast. Heading north, Casamicciola Terme and Lacco Ameno are beautiful towns known for their thermal baths, so if you are looking for spa holidays, book your villa nearby in and around them. On the south coast there is also Sant’Angelo, a small and picturesque village with a unique atmosphere. Find the perfect villa for you and plan your stay.Fantastic villas on the Green Island
As a lush and fertile island, in Ischia you will find spectacular villas with lovely gardens, beautiful outdoor areas for BBQs and large swimming pools to enjoy the tropical weather of the region. Enjoy fantastic views of the bay of Naples and the sea and beaches at your doorstep. Accommodations are ideal for groups of about 4-5 people. Comfortable rooms, lovely kitchens and beautiful lounges for family and friends gatherings. Enjoy a lovely and romantic weekend to celebrate a special anniversary or a fantastic week away with the family enjoying the good weather, the food and a well-deserved rest in a unique setting.
Travellers and activities
The volcanic island of Ischia offers unique beaches to spend the day with the family, on your own or with friends. Spiaggia dei Maronti is a very popular one as its sands are warmed by natural geysers. If you are looking for shallow waters for the children, then Baia di San Montano is your best bet. This lovely bay near Negombo spa Park is ideal to spend a day of swimming in its clear crystal waters. Spiaggia dei Pescatori is also great for families. But, if you crave for some more privacy and prefer a quieter place, Baia di Sorgeto is a small cove with bubbling thermal spring. That is a great spot for a winter dip, isn’t it? Another secluded spot of the island is that of Punta Caruso, a rocky corner on the northwest of the island washed by clear, deep waters.Ischia for health and spa lovers
Ischia offers great spa and thermal treatments. Many tourists from all over the world are drawn into this Italian island to benefit from the natural therapeutic qualities, the volcanic mud and the healing properties. The mud contains certain amounts of minerals that can vary and be applied in different treatments and diseases. On the hilltops of Sant-Angelo you can visit the thermal springs of Cavascura and Olmitello. After a relaxing day at the spa, come back to your holiday villa and enjoy the rest of the night with a nice meal at home or a fantastic dinner at the fabulous restaurants on the island.
The Romans discovered the unique healing properties of Nitrodi spring water, which in fact, it is the only thermal waters of the island you can.
Top 7 travel tips in Ischia
In Ischia you will find great restaurants and eateries where to enjoy the most delicious recipes. Umberto a Mare is where to enjoy an exquisite dining experience. Pietratorcia has two little and familiar restaurants in Panza and Forio and it is the place to taste real Italian and Ischian cuisine. And when we talk about food institutions, in Ischia we have Il Saturnino, with excellent wines and Michelin standard cuisine and mouthwatering appetizers such as raw yellowtail and basmati rice, anchovy pie and stuffed squids with prawns.2. Take a tour to the Pontine Islands
Spectacular azure waters, lovely beach bars and fantastic atmosphere is what you can expect at the Pontine Islands. Enjoy a lovely meal in Ponza or Ventotene, the two main islands. If you visit during the summer, you can also go to Palmarola. The quiet and desert islands Santo Stefano and Zannone are full of wilderness and rugged coastlines. You can see them from a boat and enjoy the landscape while sailing away. Take a day trip to the “Pearls of the Mediterranean” and tour them for a weekend.3. Visit the Aragonese Castle
This fortification is an emblem of the island. The large castle is a must-see of the Green Island and it is easily accessed by a bridge. The most active tourists will get to the top through a tunnel built in the rock underneath. As you ascend, on the roof you can see the vents that were built to launch stones and boiling oil to defend the island from its enemies. There is also a lift to get to the top so no one is left out from admiring the Church of the Assumption and the crypt, the Convent of the Poor Clares and the stunning views of the Gulf of Naples.4. Visit the chic burg of Ischia
We are talking about Sant’Angelo, a chic village with lots of VIPs and wealthy people who prefer to stay in quieter areas and away from the crowded centre. This village plenty of colourful houses is mainly for pedestrians and it can be reached by bus from Ischia Porto, and then by taxi or walking into town. A picture-perfect Mediterranean village with narrow alleys, ice cream parlours, eateries and several souvenir shops where to buy gifts take home after the holidays. Enjoy the Maronti beach or walk to Aphrodite-Apollon Thermal Park on the hill.5. Relax at the thermal gardens
Since Roman times, humans appreciate enjoying thermal waters and spa treatments. If you have decided to come to Ischia, it is a must you spend a day pampering yourself at any of the thermal spas and gardens. Spend a day between swimming pools of different temperatures, waterfalls, Kneipp treatments, saunas or you can also get access to the sea via a private beach. After a massage, try a mud treatment to remineralise your body, have a facial or tone your muscles at the gym facilities. The lovely terraces are great for some time basking in the sun, relaxing and enjoy a good meal in front of the sea.6. Rewarding Sorgeto Bay
Ischia is an ideal place for relaxing, bask in the sun and enjoy some quietness. Every corner of the island hides a gem for its visitors. This is the case of Sorgeto Bay, a very rewarding spot with hot springs that you will reach after descending 234 steps. Big, small, medium-size natural pools with different temperatures, from boiling to cold waters that you can enjoy all year-round. A free spa for everyone to have a relaxing day!7. Visit the unique Church of Soccorso
The small little church of Soccorso is a picture-perfect spot of the island. A unique charm that everybody wants to see with their own eyes. This little church was built with different architectural styles on a promontory overlooking the sea so the sailors could see it from afar and recognise they were going back home. And not far from the church, Torrione Forio is another symbol of the town of Ischia. Now it is a museum and an art gallery.