This gem of a village on the southern side of Ischia is well worth the walk. No tourist buses/taxi's are allowed here although the locals can take their means of transport. Climbing back from the village is reasonably strenuous so allow plenty of time if you are on a tour. Shops are quite expensive especially ones for clothes.
Did half day coach trip and this was a place we visited. Only had a short time to explore so other than lots of boats, fairly expensive shops mixed with tourist shops . It is supposed to be a second Capri ........debatable !!!
Fantastic sea, nice small village, average restaurant, tasty and excellent vegetables and fruits at the local grocery store, a beautiful rock from where you can be jump directly on the sea and you can enjoy some privacy from the crouded and packed small beach.
No trip to Ischia is complete without visiting Sant' Angelo. Beautiful area with lots of restaurants and places to relax. Make sure to walk over to the point - the water is so blue and looks spectacular!
What can one say when you see ultimate beauty of nature? Pittoreske views, friendly people, great terraces, ... just a place to visit. The beach is pretty small and often crowded, but hey, the view makes up for it...
Can' remember how I found this place but absolutely loved it. Great beach, quant little boating/fishing town and lots of restaurant options. You can also rent a boat and cruise the Mediterranean. It is worth finding a place to stay in town because it is to so relaxing.
Jolly little town with great sunshine and views, plus pretty shops and restaurants. Took the water taxi from here to the Cavascura and it was just 3euro per person, which I found it relatively cheap comparing to normal Italian taxis.