Luxury Ischia Holidays

Slow down, unwind, and take notice of the beautiful details that this island is waiting to share with you.

Guide to Luxury Holidays in Ischia

Whether you love the idea of lounging on the sand next to a turquoise sea or melting your worries away at a natural thermal spring, a luxury holiday to Ischia will give you the chance to finally breathe out. Ischia’s spa complexes are out of this world, creating a community that thrives on wellness and a relaxed lifestyle.

Formed from volcanic origins, it’s the largest island in this region. On Ischia, you'll find a dynamic art, culture and cuisine scene that represent the best of Italy.

Favourite locations on the island include the north coast towns of Ischia Porto, Ischia Ponte, Forio, and Lacco Ameno. You'll find fantastic bars serving local wines in Ischia Porto, while Forio and Lacco Ameno are home to some stunning spas and gardens. For an even more relaxed pace, visit the south coast town of Sant’Angelo. Free of cars, this quaint village features a snug harbour and idyllic beaches.

Ischia is known for its thermal spas, immaculate gardens and stately architecture. Home to the Aragonese Castle, Ischia is a destination of understated class. Wander inland to find an unspoilt haven of chestnut forests, sprawling vineyards and fascinating volcanic peaks including Monte Epomeo – Ischia’s highest peak.

July and August are the most popular months to visit this island and Italians, in particular, flock to the shores of this beloved island. If you want to visit when the island is quieter, then choose a period outside of these months.

The Mediterranean climate brings plenty of beach holiday weather and mild winters. January and February bring the green season, which is a good time of the year to explore Ischia’s breathtaking natural attractions.

British and EU nationals won't need a visa to visit Ischia, Italy. Find more advice at GOV.UK with information on passports, visas and travel.

A wellness retreat wouldn't be complete without exquisite cuisine. Take your seat in premier restaurants decorated with grand candelabras or enjoy the view out across the shimmering sea with a welcome atmosphere of calm. Sample authentic cuisine from the Campania region.

Ischia was once called Enaria, meaning "Land of Wines”. The island has a strong tradition of winemaking, dating as far back as 700 BC. Enjoy an extensive variety of local wines to enhance your fine-dining experience.

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