The Bay of Sant’Angelo d’Ischia

Here’s a picturesque little dot out at sea that I’m sure you’ll enjoy — Ischia (EE-skee-ah).

Sant'Angelo d'Ischia, Italy | ©Tom Palladio ImagesThe largest island in the Phelgrean Archipelago — just at the northern end of the Bay of Naples in the Mare Tirreno (Tyrrhanean Sea) — Ischia is where about six-million tourists come annually to enjoy la dolce vita (the sweet life), for a week, a month or for a season.

One of the most picturesque BAYS in the world lies on the backside of the island at Sant’Angelo d’Ischia. It’s actually the jewel of the island, tucked away — like a quiet fishing village should — far from the madding crowd.

Enjoy the views.

©The Palladian Traveler | ©Tom Palladio Images
TPT Borsalino lt. blue | ©Tom Palladio Images ___________________________________________________________________

16 comments

    1. Procida, si, and Capri, but none of the others…YET! I often go off the beaten path, it’s my preferred direction. About Puglia, I just can’t say enough about it. I love the Salento area even more. Have a great trip!

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      1. Go off the beaten path Tom, you will find surprises. I am taking a group to Puglia April 15, 2013 to places they can’t even imagine. I am from those parts, I know Puglia in and out, my group will love it.

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