Naples to Ischia Private Boat Excursion

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Embark on a private boat excursion from Naples to Ischia. The activity will last roughly for 6.5 hours, during which you cam explore the volcanic island, stop to swim off the boat, and enjoy the day at your leisure. Around lunch time there will be a stop at a local restaurant if desired and you can enjoy time on the island before heading back at the end of the day.

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Duration: 6 hours
Starts: Napoli, Italy
Trip Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours >> Day Cruises



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Embark on a private boat excursion from Naples to Ischia. The activity will last roughly for 6.5 hours, during which you cam explore the volcanic island, stop to swim off the boat, and enjoy the day at your leisure. Around lunch time there will be a stop at a local restaurant if desired and you can enjoy time on the island before heading back at the end of the day.

Itinerary
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Pass By: Lungomare Caracciolo, Via Francesco Caracciolo, 80122, Naples Italy

Start your excursion by meeting your captain and boat at the Mergellina harbor just west of the Lungomare in Naples.

Pass By: Exclusive Cruises, 84010, Amalfi Italy

Exclusive Cruises will be your hosts for the day for a private 6-hour boat excursion to see the beautiful islands of Ischia and Procida. This is a private boat tour that can be fully customized to your interests. Below is only a suggested itinerary with a selection of highlights from the day that you can experience. Note: Sights are marked “Pass By” simply because you can decide to spend as much or as little time as you would like. Exclusive Cruises will help you plan a relaxed day custom fit to your travel desires. Here are some highlights of the experience and sights you will enjoy:
– Meet your captain and private boat in Mergellina harbor in Naples and cruise toward the island of Ischia. Dubbed the island of eternal youth, it is full of beautiful spa and resort towns, vineyards and picture perfect views. It is the ideal combination of a Mediterranean paradise where beaches meet mountains and where relaxation and well being are simply a way of life. 
– Cruise around the Aragonese Castle: Built in 474 B.C. to spot enemy fleets, it is one of the most important historical sights on the island.
– Sorgeto: Healing hot springs that flow into the Mediterranean forming natural pools at different temperatures with volcanic muds.
– Sant’Angelo: Stop for lunch and shopping in this beautifully quaint seaside village.
– Ischia Porto: Home to the main port of the island and the hub of luxury hotels and designer shopping.
– Procida: Cruise over to this small, almost secretive, colorful island next to Ischia.
– Coricella: The most beautiful and colorful part of the island of Procida. The marina is a simple fishing village…get your camera ready for some great pics! 
– The Italian Ministry of Health publishes a document informing of the specific volcanic muds that are suitable to treat different ailments and you will spend the day between land and sea on Ischia and head back in the late afternoon. Reservations can also be made at a spa on the island for a more luxurious spa experience.
– One of the best parts about chartering a boat is that the captain is a local of the area. Ask him about the coastline – he will be more than happy to give you a bit of information about what you are seeing as well as insider tips regarding the best things to do and see.   

Pass By: Castello Aragonese, 80077, Ischia, Isola d’Ischia Italy

Cruise around this historic castle set atop of rocky islet connected to the island by a footpath.

Pass By: Maronti Beach, Ischia, Isola d’Ischia Italy

See the longest beach on Ischia and stop to swim in the clear water nearby. This beach was the setting for many scenes in the Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante.

Pass By: Sant’Angelo (Serrara Fontana), Isola d’Ischia Italy

This small fishing village has a quaint and peaceful atmosphere since there is no traffic in the town center.

Pass By: Baia di San Montano, Lacco Ameno, Isola d’Ischia Italy

One of the most scenic spots on the island of Ischia, this small bay is a fine place to stop to swim off the boat.

Pass By: Baia di Sorgeto, Via Sorgeto, 80075 Panza, Isola d’Ischia Italy

Stop to experience the bubbling thermal waters at this rocky beach not far from Sant’Angelo on Ischia.

Pass By: Isola di Procida, 80079, Naples Italy

Cruise over to the tiny island of Procida where the 1994 film “Il Postino” was filmed.

Pass By: The Port of Corricella, Via marina di Corricella, 80079 Procida Italy

See the charming Marina Corricella with its pastel hued buildings and picturesque setting.



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