Castello Aragonese

Castello Aragonese

Castello Aragonese, built on a volcanic rock, is linked to the island by a bridge. To climb the 113 metres to the castle you can take a series of paths or a lift. Within the grounds of the castle, first built in 474BC, you’ll see beautiful gardens, a crypt painted with frescoes, a church, a prison and a dungeon.
Hotel Il Moresco
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  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
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Hotel Il Moresco

Ischia, Sorrento Area

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1.4 Km to Castello Aragonese

  • Close to shops, bars & restaurants
  • Rejuvenating spa
  • Beachfront
Hotel Continental Terme
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Ischia, Sorrento Area

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1.7 Km to Castello Aragonese

  • Five swimming pools
  • Natural surroundings
  • Great range of facilities
Hotel Continental Mare
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Hotel Continental Mare

Ischia, Sorrento Area

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1.7 Km to Castello Aragonese

  • Amazing panoramic views
  • Direct access to a pebble beach
  • Parkland setting
Museo del Mare

Museo del Mare

Ischia, Sorrento Area

Museo del Mare, or Sea Museum, is a small museum of maritime history housed in the clock tower. Spread over three floors there are models of commercial and fishing boats used through the years. There are also...

0.4 Km to Castello Aragonese - Map

Santa Maria Assunta

Santa Maria Assunta

Ischia, Sorrento Area

The cathedral Santa Maria Assunta dates back to 1809 and stands on the site of two older churches from the 13th and 17th centuries. The baroque interior has many paintings of saints and the Annunciation. There...

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Michelangelo's Tower

Michelangelo's Tower

Ischia, Sorrento Area

Michelangelo's Tower was built in 1433 as a fortress to protect the coast. It was later given to the noble Guevara family. Locals believe the artist Michelangelo once lived there and painted some of the...

0.6 Km to Castello Aragonese - Map