Sant’Angelo is an old fishing village on the island of Ischia that has turned into an international tourist resort.
No cars are allowed to drive in Sant’Angelo and unlike the other Ischia’s villages it’s still a peaceful oasis. Full of trees and plants of any kind in Sant’Angelo you can have marvellous panorama with the all coloured houses joined to the small hill on the harbour. Small roads which overlook at the blue and clear sea.
Boutiques with exclusive griffes, fine jeweller’s shops, ateliers, craftmanlike goods, expecially the local pottery, allow the visitors a special shopping.
The place offers a lot of excursions, into the island and on the other ones.
One of the most interesting is one that takes to Cavascura’s valley where a powerfull thermal spring that spout out at 100 grades, feeds an thermal baths hollows in the stone.
Also, there is an excursion to the Epomeo, that tourists prefeer to takes by night to can admire the wonderful sights of the daybreak.
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