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      Under the Castle walls

      5 of 5
      Our stay at Ischia Paradise Corner was wonderful. Massimo is charming and helpful, speaks excellent English. His home is lovely, beautifully located with a large comfortable flower decked patio that has a stunning view of the 15th Century Aragonese Castle, the Mediterranean, Mt Vesuvius, Naples and the Amalfi coast. The house is clean and well equipped, with a very modern bathroom and eat in kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and all conveniences. Bedrooms are comfortable and nicely furnished.. You can walk into Ischia Ponte, there is a shortcut path down the hill, lots of nice restaurants and cafes, small local shops and a small supermarket. Renting a car on Ischia is definitely a challenge, you must be comfortable with stick shift, driving a very small car and terrifying motorcycles bearing down on you on very narrow twisty roads. However there is a bus service that goes round the island regularly and fortunately Massimo's house is close to the first stop so you will get a seat. Don't miss the Giardino Eden down the road, a complex of swimming pools, a bar and expensive fish restaurant on the rocks under the Castle. Visit the Negumbo Gardens for a fun afternoon of thermal pools and water therapy and a very nice beach. Enjoy La Mortella, the magnificent cliffside gardens created by Sir William Walton the English composer and his wife. Take a private boat ride over to Sant Angelo for lunch. Ischia has been discovered by the Germans for years, but is just now getting on the radar of Americans, less touristy and more wild and natural than Capri.
      • Submitted: Jun 4, 2016
      • Stayed: May 2016