Island of Ischia

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Covering an area of 46.33 square kilometers Island of Ischia is the eighth largest Italian island and the largest in the Bay of Naples. Neighbouring islands are Capri, Procida and Vivara.
The Island of Ischia is divided into 6 boroughs each with its own administration, Ischia, Casamicciola Terme, Lacco Ameno, Forio, Barano and Serrara Fontana.
A volcanic island predominantly hilly, it still bears the scars of volcanic activity. The last volcanic eruption was in 1301. The Lava flowed down the mountain side from Fiaiano to Ischia Ponte destroying everything in its wake and more recently the devastating earthquake of 1883 in Casamicciola which claimed many lives.
The circumference is approximately 35 kms and its geographical position allows for a mild climate, which attracts hundreds of visitors annually. The tourist season starts at the beginning of March until the end of November.
    It's geographic position is included between
  • Latitude Nord
    40 41' 29" (Punta Sant'Angelo at south)
    40 45' 39" (Punta Cornacchia at nord)
  • Longitude Est
    13 51' 10''(Punta Imperatore at west)
    13 58' 11" (Castello Aragonese at east)
    Otherwise its position is: 1 30' 28" Longitude East (Rome's meridian) - 40 43' 55" (Latitude Nord)
Hotels Island of Ischia History
Hotels Island of Ischia The SPA
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Hotels Island of Ischia The coast line
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Hotels Island of Ischia Tradition and Folklore
Hotels Island of Ischia Aragonese Castle

At Island of Ischia, there is tourist accommodation available in hotels, farm holiday, farmhouse, residence self-catering accommodation, b&b, rooms for rent, %0D holiday homes, camp sites and tourist villages.

Barano Casamicciola Terme Forio Ischia Lacco Ameno Serrara Fontana
Hotels Forio
Hotel Terme Galidon