Live Ischia vibes with its enchanting places and discover the typical food of the area. Visit Sant’ Agnello, Serrara Fontana and the Aragon Castle.

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Ischia is a volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea and it lies at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples.

With Ischia Food Tour you will meet your guide at the port of Naples or Sorrento and then you experience can start.

This tour will lead you to see the most important attractions of the island and taste the local food.

When you arrive at the port, you will be welcomed by a typical breakfast at Bar Calise, where you can taste the Sfogliatella, most famous pastry of Naples. Then you will move from Ischia Porto to Ischia Ponte, where the Aragon Castle raises.

The ancient building states on a volcanic island connected to Ischia by a bridge and it is symbol of the place, because it was a stronghold in wartime and royal residence in peacetime.

During your visit at Ischia Ponte, you can admire the beautiful beach of Cartaromana and enjoy a at Fruits stand.

Your next stop will be at the most famous Salumeria of the island to taste a “Panino con mortadella”, the best of Italian food.

Then you will discover the borough of Fontana Serrara, that is the highest village of the island and here you will taste your Pasta and local wine glass.

Your Ischia Tour continues in Sant’Angelo, where you can admire Le Fumarole, the natural heat source generated by volcanic activity. This phenomenon is unique in the world, so some people say that they cook eggs and meat in those Fumarole, which continue under the sea level create natural thermal baths!

From the top of the island you can enjoy the view with a glass of Vin Santo and then, your driver and guide will leave you at the port, where you will take the jetfoil to go back to Sorrento or Naples.

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