Things to do: Go relax in any one of the 300 spas of the emerald island. Visit the 475 BC Fortress of Aragons or hike up to Mount Epomeo for chestnut forests and a panoramic view of Capri. For black sand beaches, pastel painted houses and winding cobbled streets, go to the island of Procida that is a short ferry ride away from Ischia.
This volcanic island floating in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 19 miles from the city of Naples is an alluring brew of thermal spas, volcanic mud and buried necropolises. The dreamy coastline is sprinkled with picture-perfect bays, beaches and coves and the mountain slopes adorned with olive groves and pine trees.
Il Vallone dei Mullini is a spot missed out by many tourists, but it has a great beauty hidden. It is an ancient mill standing in a deep pit. It is covered with vines and has a mysterious look and is definitely worth visiting.