Ischia: History, scent, nature and well-being

It is the blend of rosemary, oregano, thyme and sage scents that welcomes those who set foot on Ischia from the sea, the largest thermal centre in Europe and a true haven for naturalists of all ages. With 37 kilometres of coastline that are home to coves where the water takes on every shade of green and blue and beaches from which visitors can admire – with one hand on the forehead protecting them from the sun – the summit of Mount Epomeo, the island offers an extremely diverse panorama with the promise of unforgettable moments both for those seeking a relaxing holiday, as well as for those looking to make their way into the interior to discover traces of a fascinating and ancient history.