- Sant’Angelo d’Ischia – One of the most fascinating hamlets of the island.
In an oasis of peace, where no cars are allowed, a typical example of the Mediterranean architecture can be found in the characteristic alleys and construction of the houses.
- Aragonese Castle – Disembark and visit the beautiful Aragonese castle, the most famous symbol of Ischia which was constructed on a volcanic rock by Hiero I of Syracuse, in the year 474 BC. Art exhibitions and events are frequently held inside the castle, but you can also enjoy the breath-taking views at any time you visit.
- Lacco Ameno – This resort has a fascinating series of winding streets with fishermen's houses, traditional grocery stores, bars, restaurants and shops. Explore it all by walking through the village or enjoy overlooking the crystal waters whilst taking a beach walk on La Mandra beach and Fisherman’s beach.
- Procida -