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We visited Castello Aragonese on a boiling hot day, far to hot to rush around. We took the elevator up and had a quick pit stop at the monastery cafe, a lovely terrace and a welcome chance to have a cold water. We then started...More
We walked from our hotel near the Ischia port area, taking just 45 mins (no 7 bus) to view this impressive Castle, a delightful walk up to the main entrance helps to bring in to focus the beauty of the structure, after payment a lift...More
If you like romantic ruined castles, this is a dream. More than a castle, as a whole town was built on this rocky islet, with churches, monasteries, streets, houses and gardens all crammed in. Amazing and has a view nobody could even begin to describe....More
Very impressive and extremely well maintained.
Reasonable price to enter and so much to see. The views from so many vantage points are amazing, great place to sit and contemplate how lucky you are to be in such a stunning place.
Great history and so...More
The castle dominates Ischia Ponte, part of the island full of shops, restaurants, bars...you can enjoy wonderful views if you decide to grab a drink in this area. You can also visit the castle for entry fee of circa 10 euros.
What a pleasant surprise. It’s beautiful, quiet and well worth making time for. A carefully signed route takes around something like a Game of Thrones set or the civilised Riven computer game. The views over the town and Bay of Naples are stunning, plenty of...More