Archaeological Museum of Pithecusae

Archaeological Museum of Pithecusae

In the Pithecusae’s Archaeological Museum you can take a journey through the history of the island of Ischia from Prehistory to the Roman Age. Among the many findings , which are well worth a visit, we note in the window 16, the Shipwreck’s Cup, a crater with local figurative frieze painted with a scene of […]

By 22 maggio 2014 Read More →
Castello Aragonese

Castello Aragonese

The Castle of Ischia is found on a small isle of rock attached through to the island a bridge in masonry of the XV century. Opening: 09.00 – 19.30 The first fortress was built in the 474 b.C. by the Greek Siracusano Gerone I. The long dominations that followed transformed completely the fortress in the […]

By 21 maggio 2014 Read More →
Ischia, the green island

Ischia, the green island

The most beautiful and biggest island in the Gulf of Naples, Ischia is one of the most famous seaside and touristic spa centres of Italy and the world. The ancient Greek people “Euboeas” called it PITHECUSAE. The communes of the island are six: Ischia, Casamicciola Terme, Lacco Ameno, Forio, Serrara Fontana and Barano, with about […]

By 19 maggio 2014 Read More →
Where is Ischia?

Where is Ischia?

Ischia is the largest among the islands in the bay of Naples (Ischia, Capri, Procida, Vivara). It’s geographic position is included between: Latitude Nord 40°41’29″ (San Angelo at south) 40°45’39″ (Pointe Cornacchia at north) Longitude Est 13°51’10″(Punta Imperatore at west) 13°58’11″ (Aragona castle at est) How can I reach it? BY CAR from ROMA (A1) […]

By 8 aprile 2014 Read More →