Located at the northern end of Gulf of Naples and not far from the islands of Procida and Vivara, Ischia is the largest of Flegree Archipelago, famous all over the world for its crystal clear sea and spas. The mild climate almost year-round makes it a popular destination for any type of tourism in any season: from the "vip", which enjoys strolling in the crowded shopping streets, Corso Vittoria Colonna at Ischia Porto, to the quietest that resides in Borgo S. Angelo. The island of Ischia was inhabited since Neolithic period, as evidenced by various finds found on the heights of Punta Imperatore. Even thermal waters were well-known and used since ancient times and today make it one of the largest spa centers in Europe. To visit: Archaeological Museum of Pithecusae, housed in Villa Arbusto, that exhibits important "Nestore Cup"; Lady Walton Garden Museum, called "La Mortella"; Aragonese Castle and Guevara Tower. Ischia can be reached by car, train or plane from the city of Naples, where you can embark on a ferry or hydrofoil from one of the three ports (Beverello, Mergellina, Pozzuoli).