Thermal Park Poseidon

Thermal Park Poseidon

Free cancellation
Printed ticket only
Validity: Flexible
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  • Relaxing thermal spa experience
What to expect

Named after the Greek god of water and sea, there's certainly something heavenly about a trip to the Poseidon Spa. Perched over a stunning bay, the largest thermal park in Ischia offers up an oasis of relaxation. With no less than twenty rejuvenating pools, a natural sauna and a private beach, it's guaranteed to get those holiday vibes flowing.

Overlooking wow-factor panoramas of Citara Bay, Poseidon Spa provides pure relaxation from start to finish. Take a soothing soak in your choice of twenty thermal pools boasting hydrotherapy jets, massage pools and fine-mist sprays, each with their own therapeutic benefits.

Submerge yourself in steamy waters, plunge beneath thermal falls or unwind in the natural sauna. What's more, there's a range of treatments available in the wellness centre and – when you've worked up an appetite – a fabulous restaurant complete with an ancient wine cellar, cut deep into the rock.

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What's included
  • Transport
  • Entrance fees
What to remember

Treatments, food and drink not included. Bring bathing gear, a towel and shower cap

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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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