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Homage must be paid to wine while in Ischia; the island is but a stone’s throw from Italy, after all. Some local estates give tours and Casa D’Ambra is one of the best. Learn about vinification, ageing processes and drink a lot of wine in the process. Whether know your grapes or are somewhat embarrassed about your penchant for goon, it makes for an excellent change to beach lounging.
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Ischia is famous for the processing of terracotta and the production of tishin-coloured pots. For contemporary wares steeped in tradition, pay a visit to the Antica Fabbrica di Ceramiche Mennella – and be sure to get your purchases wrapped properly to avoid and smashed plates.
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