Museo del Mare
If you are an old salt at heart (or have a penchant for model ships), don’t miss Ischia’s maritime museum with its lovingly documented...
Santa Maria della Scala
A striking 15th-century watchtower, Torre del Mare, now serves as the bell tower to Ischia’s cathedral. The current church, designed by...
Head for the elegant 15th-century Ponte Aragonese, which connects the town to Castello Aragonese (insert pracs), a sprawling,...
A rollicking-good time disco with pulsating lights, punchy music and the aesthetic surprise of some pretty, traditional majolica tilework.
Ristorante da Ciccio
Sublime seafood and charming host Carlo make this atmospheric place a winner. Highlights include tubattone pasta with clams and...
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Ischia Sapori information
If you thought rucola was just a tasty green leaf for salads, think again: this savvy little produce shop is the home of rucolino , a local, liquorice-flavoured digestive made with none other than the green weed itself (no, not that one). The recipe is a closely guarded secret but the liquid is yours for the taking.
The shop also sells its own wines, gourmet food stuffs, limoncello-soaked babà, olive-oil soaps, and fragrances, all reasonably priced and gorgeously packaged with trademark Italian flair.