Ischia Island Tour

Ischia Island Tour

Free cancellation
Language: English
Printed ticket only
Duration: from 2 hours to 4 hours
Do this because
  • Ischia island tour
  • Discover hamlets such as Baronio and Serrara Fontana
  • Free time in the south coast village of Sant'Angelo
  • Discover Forio on the west coast
What to expect

The hills of Ischia have long been one of the favourite escapes of Italians. This half-day island tour takes in the best bits, passing through rustic hamlets and jaw-dropping mountain routes. Discover the beauty of Barano, Forio and more, and enjoy free time in the timeless coastal village of Sant'Angelo.

After pick-up, you'll enjoy a scenic, meandering drive along the southern slopes of Mt Epomeo. Pass through Barano d'Ischia, a series of scattered hamlets, and onto Serrara Fontana. It's a mishmash of peeling pastel-coloured housed and dinky churches.

There's a one-hour stop at the next village – Sant'Angelo, whose narrow, steep streets are laden with ice cream parlours and ceramic shops. Relax at the piazza and take in the views of the headland. Then, it's on towards the west coast and the town of Forio. It boasts a profusion of architectural styles – think whitewashed churches and stone watchtowers.

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What's included
  • Transport
  • Guide
What to remember

Pick-ups from 14:00, returning at about 18:00

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Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the activity begins.

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