Westcoast provides full-day hire of motorised boats and dinghies (with or without a sailor). This is a particularly good idea in August...
Chiesa di Santa Maria del Soccorso
This dazzling white church located on the western edge of town was originally part of a 14th-century Augustinian monastery; its side...
Unlike Capri and Procida, Ischia is not an island that is easily accessible to hikers. If you are interested in exploring the...
Umberto a Mare
In the shadow of the Spanish mission–style Soccorso church, this waterside restaurant has the choice of a low-key cafe-bar for light...
Lonely Planet review
Dating back several decades, this restaurant has a lovely terrace decorated with copper pans, ceramic mugs and strings of garlic and chillies. Locals in the know come here for seafood dishes such as the fritturina e pezzogne (a local white fish baked with potatoes and herbs in the wood-fired pizza oven) or tartare di palamito al profumo d’arancia (tartar of local fish with citrus). Undecided taste buds can go for the €28 four-course set menu.