Neapolitan Riviera, Ischia
The Continental Mare lies perched on a clifftop overlooking Ischia’s spectacular scenery and is just a 30-minute stroll from the port. Originally built as a private mansion by an American tycoon, the villa has been transformed into a charming hotel, preserving its former elegance and a personal, informal atmosphere.
Guest rooms are comfortably decorated with tiled terraces and balconies leading out to stunning views of the bay, which can also be enjoyed over dinner on the restaurant’s flower-filled terrace, the perfect accompaniment to the traditional Mediterranean cuisine.
The villa is full of secluded spots where you can truly unwind, from the blooming garden to the two private thermal water pools set in Ischia’s rocky mountainside. For a little extra indulgence, spend a blissful afternoon in the Club Benessere Mare for massages and innovative beauty treatments.
The hotel has 63 rooms (official rating 4 star) Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years. Minimum stay 5 nights for arrivals in the month of August.
Included With: Half Board
Dress Code: Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers during the evening
A rich buffet breakfast and lunch is served on the hotel’s terrace and local specialities are served in the Mediterranean-style restaurant for dinner. From 10am - midnight snacks are served by the pool and on the terrace.
Guests on half board can choose to take lunch instead of dinner.
Open 7.30am - 10am, 1pm - 2.30pm and 7.30pm - 9pm.
The private rocky beach with deckchairs is accessed by a number of steps (approx. 100m from hotel)
Opening Times: 8:00am - 8:00pm
The hotel has two thermal pools. The garden pool and the panoramic pool, both are heated.
For a little extra indulgence, spend a blissful afternoon in the Club Benessere Mare for massages and innovative beauty treatments.
A complimentary shuttle bus runs every hour to Ischia Port between 8am and 4pm. Guests will need to book this at the hotel reception. Free private parking.
Porto d’Ischia is the island’s capital, known to locals purely as ‘Ischia’. Situated on the eastern coast of Ischia, this town is the closest settlement to the mainland and so acts as the island’s premier port, with great transport links to Naples and Procida. Once an established spa town, Porto d’Ischia is now home to an increasing number of trendy restaurants and chic bars, mostly set along the popular seafront ‘Right Bank’ promenade. Further inland, visitors can find pine forest parks and thermal spas, but the main highlights are found by the coast. San Pietro Beach is the most popular, thanks to its impressive stretch of sand and handful of intimate beach bars. Ischia’s most popular attraction is also at the seafront – Aragonese Castle. Dating from 474 BC, this remarkable fortification can easily be reached via a dramatic causeway that juts from the mainland into the sea.
When it comes to food and drink, Porto d’Ischia truly excels. Visitors will find a diverse array of eateries spread between the seafront and the city’s main shopping street, with options ranging from modern haute cuisine to authentic home-made fare. Wine-making is a popular industry here too, and you’ll find plenty of opportunities to experience this nearby.
Max 4 Adults
Twin Rooms are furnished in a typical style of the region and offer stunning front sea views from the balcony.
Size: approx. 20-24m²