Thin sand caressing bodies, crystal clear seas at times rocky, and the world’s most captivating landscape, a day at the beach in Ischia lingers in the memories. In addition to the beautiful Maronti beach, the largest and most striking beach on the island, Ischia is dotted with many other beaches, including those in the municipality of Ischia, which are truly unmissable.
The Fishermen’s Beach, with the Aragonese Castle in the background, represents the authenticity and historicity of a place that still keeps the atmosphere of the past alive thanks to the presence of fishermen with their boats and nets. This beach is perfect for spending happy hours with children because of the shallow sea floor, which allows safe bathing.
The Lido of Ischia and the St. Peter’s Beach are the largest sandy shores with the largest number of bathing establishments at which you can enjoy the sun and the sea while enjoying a good drink and a tasty dish at one of the local bars and restaurants, enjoying happy hours of fun and conviviality.
Cartaromana Beach will surprise with its beautiful views. This is the sandy shore overlooking the famous Bay of Cartaromana, which reserves a fascinating view of the Aragonese Castle, the nearby islet of Vivara, which is a nature reserve, Michelangelo’s Tower and the Little Church of Sant’Anna with the Gulf of Naples in the distance. This beach is also ideal for families and children as certified by its Green Flag recognition.
Pagoda and Englishmen’s Beach are two small corners of the beach that are completely secluded and far from the busier beaches. Two special corners of this area ideal for those who want to regenerate in silence.