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Thermal baths feel like the ultimate relaxation. If you’ve never been, visit the Cavascura baths, hewn out of the rock and in virtually continuous use since the days of Ancient Rome. Some other great options include Negombo and Poseidon.
Walk around Sant’Angelo
The colourful village of Sant’Angelo on Ischia’s south coast is closed to cars, making it an superb spot for undisturbed strolls. Roam the hamlet’s colourful surrounds, from pastel-hued hillside houses to gloriously bright flora before
Climb to the top of this 15th-century fortress perched on a magma islet, passing frescoed catacombs, arches and vaults before reaching the apex and a bird’s-eye view of Ischia. This is a place for sunset rosé before hopping in a water taxi elsewhere for dinner.
This botanical garden specialising in succulent plants and cacti will put your Hackney-purchased terrarium to shame. If you really fall head first for Ravino’s green-fingered charms, book a night’s stay at the on-site eco lodge. Alternatively, stop off at the Cactus Lounge Bar for an aperitivo.
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