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Aphrodite Thermal Park

  • Entrance fee € 13,00
  • Swimming Cap € 1,00
  • Towel € 1,50
  • Bath robe € 2,00
  • Mattress € 2,00
  • Lockers € 2,00
  • Safe € 0,50
  • Flip flops € 4,00

Recommendations:
Pregnant woman cannot bathe in mineral pools.

La Mortella Gardens

  • Entrance fee € 12,00

Guests will be transported back to Ischia port in time for the 5.20pm boat back to Sorrento. This is the only boat back to Sorrento from Ischia. In Sorrento guide will put guests back on the minibuses to their hotels.

Return to hotels approx. 7.00 / 7.30 pm

Ischia

Thermal Spa or La Mortella Gardens
Customers will be transferred to the port by minibus where they will meet their guide at Bar La Scogliera.
The guide arranges ferry tickets and gives customers information. The boat departs at 9.30am and the journey takes approximately 1 hour. On arrival customers will have a guided tour of 3⁄4 of the island, by bus. The guests will be divided, those going to the thermal spas and those going to the Mortella gardens.
Aphrodite Thermal Park

Located in Sant’Angelo with fantastic views over one of Ischia’s most quaint fishing villages, the thermal park has 12 different temperature pools, roman grottoes, spa, saltwater pool, indoor thermal pool and a beauty farm where customers can pamper themselves or just relax. The thermal mineral waters have had healing properties over the centuries and were started by the Greeks on the island.

They heal all kind of ailments, rheumatism, arthritis, skin conditions e.g. eczema, cellulite and are also said to heal fertility problems.
The beauty farm also offers a great range of treatments, from facials to full body massages.

The entrance fee to the park includes:- sun beds located around the park, umbrellas, showers, change rooms. Clients for an extra fee can rent towels, bath robes, costumes, mat- tresses for sun beds, lockers and safes.

It is compulsory to wear flip flops around park and to wear swimming caps in the pools.
If required guests can purchase flip flops and swimming caps. There is also a self-service restaurant in the park.

Guest usually get 3-4 hrs in park

La Mortella Gardens

One of England’s most important contemporary composers, Sir William Walton, spent much of his life in Italy. He particularly loved the area around the Bay of Naples and the Amalfi Coast where he found inspiration for much of his early music. In 1949, he and his wife Lady Susana purchased property on the hill of Zaro in an attractive corner of the island of Ischia. Here they could get away from London city life and William could start work on his lyric opera “Troilus and Cressida”. Naming the site “La Mortella”, after the wild myrtles found growing there, they built a house carved into the native volcanic rock.

The garden, started in 1956, was created on the site of a gigantic stone quarry, and designed by English landscape designer Russell Page, containing many beautiful and innovative concepts. Extending over an area of 16,000 squaremetres, these beautifully landscaped gardens complete with pools and fountains have thousands of unusual, rare specimens of Mediterranean climate plants from around the world. Sir William Walton died in 1983, Lady Susana still lives at La Mortella.

Guests usually get 2-3 hours in gardens. Before the visit lunch stop.