Capri & Ischia Holidays

Discover two of Italy’s most beautiful islands on Capri and Ischia holidays where endless waters and thermal springs meet Italian fashion and glittering nightlife.

Your first peek of these exquisite islands as you glide over the Tyrrhenian Sea is good indication of why the rich and famous love holidays to Capri and Ischia. It’s all dazzling blue waters, silver sands lined with colourful parasols and pretty towns tumbling down the hills. We love hiking the Via Krupp on Capri - one of the most beautiful roads in the world, lapping the sensational coastline on board a luxury yacht and rowing into that famous translucent Blue Grotto in the late afternoon once the crowds have dispersed.

Holidays to Capri and Ischia are a vivacious combination of laid-back modern glamour and ancient beauty. There are the exclusive shopping streets of Via Camerelle in Capri and Corso Vittoria Colonna in Ischia and then the Roman ruins of Villa Jovis and medieval remnants of Castello Arogonese. Dress up to the nines and congregate with the locals at vibrant piazzettas, or slink off for drinks under a seductive sunset. Sweat it out at bubbling hot springs, putter along to secret coves or hike inland towards Ischia’s white lava and wildflower fields where you’ll come across the tiny village of Serrara Fontana and the most amazing coniglio on the island.

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GMT +1 hour




Naples: 2¾ hours


Christianity (Roman Catholic)



Where are Capri & Ischia?
Capri and Ischia are tiny islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea, just across from the Amalfi Coast, in the Gulf of Naples.

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Spend swanky nights in Capri’s glamorous Piazzetta, in candlelit Michelin star restaurants or watching the sun set at Punta Carena lighthouse for those mesmerising views. By day visit the legendary Blue Grotto for a raft ride through sapphire blue waters, head to the Garden of Augustus for a great vantage point of the island’s distinctive Faraglioni sea stacks and hop, skip and jump (or just walk) the Phoenician Steps from Capri town to Anacapri. Once there it’s all about the chairlift up to Monte Solaro for sweeping island views.

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There’s the beautiful 8th-18th-Century ruins of Castello Aragonese in the old town, the lively seaside piazzetta at the heart of Ischia’s social hub and the picturesque pastel coloured fishing village of Sant’Angelo on the south coast, filled with boutiques and restaurants. Head to the west coast for the best beaches, Ischia Porto for the glittering nightlife and Corso Vittoria Colonna for the designer shops. Hike up to lush Mount Epomeo for panoramic views of the Bay of Naples, spend a day at the famous La Fontelina lido and go down to the bubbling hot springs of Sorgeto, one of the biggest attractions in Ischia. The island is known as the 'Capital of European Spa' as it boasts over 300 spas.

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Getting around
Making your way around the tiny island of Capri is best done by foot or funicular, making the most of the scenic landscape. To reach the centre of Capri the funicular takes you on a pretty journey uphill to the Piazzetta. Open top taxis and buses (which are more like minibuses due to the narrow the roads) are also available. Good to remember that the buses can only carry about 10 passengers and lining up can get busy. In Ischia bus and foot are again the most convenient ways to get around, and water taxis are a thrilling mode of transport to some of the island’s best spots.

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Expect to find gold kaftans, bespoke handmade leather shoes, those famous made-to-measure Capri pants and exceptionally pretty jewellery. The islands’ buzz with high-end brands at Via Camerelle in Capri and Corso Vittoria Colonna in Ischia, frequented by A-listers that moor their yachts here to come and shop under the sun. Look out for hand painted ceramics, delicate lace and embroidery and limoncello.

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Food & drink
In Capri and Ischia, restaurants sit in pretty lemon groves, on the edge of a cliff or surrounding the ruins of Greek walls. There are perfect sunset spots for cocktails and views, and lots of pretty cafes dotted in and out a maze of cobblestoned streets. Famous dishes to try in Capri are raviolo capresi and pezzogna (red seabream). Up in the hills of Ischia, rabbit is a specialty, always cooked in a terracotta baking pan, and we recommend trying the island’s local white wines produced from Biancollela with a grape exclusively found on Ischia.

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Apr - Oct