Between the splendid bay of San Francesco and the Chiaia beach there is a place where you can breathe the magic of Mediterranean colors and the typical flavors of the island of Ischia. The Cliff, located a short distance from the historic center of Forio, is the ideal place to spend a holiday dedicated to relaxation and well-being. With the pleasant sensation of having the sea in your room, the sound of the waves will relax the mind and the tranquility of the Zaro forest and the island's spas will restore the body.
Welcome to Paradise
Ischia is famous for its thermal waters but the sea is another winning element of the green island. With the setting of the two nearby beaches, the waters of the island of Ischia create a pleasant corner of relaxation where you can relax in the sun and take a dip. The sea of the wellness island is among the cleanest in the Campania region: a small paradise for those who love underwater activities and the discovery of the submerged treasures they offer.
Choose the accommodation that best suits your needs
The explosion of the colors of the Mediterranean scrub return to the furnishings and lines of simple and elegant architecture. A cheerful and welcoming atmosphere awaits the guest who chooses Ischia as a destination for his holidays.
WELLNESS AND RELAXATION
SPA, sauna, 2 low-temperature swimming pools temp. 36 ° C (one indoor), fresh water swimming pool, solarium, beauty treatments, cervical waterfalls, whirlpool and equipped platform with access to the sea.
Fresh and genuine products accompanied by an excellent coffee, a cappuccino or a premuta, this is what it takes to start the day well. Sweet or savory continental breakfast accompanied by low calorie products and for food intolerances.
We spent a dream weekend. Lovely sea and postcard sunsets to be admired directly from our room.
Stefania e Andrea
Hotel Ischia on the sea
"Traveling is like dreaming: the difference is that not everyone, upon awakening, remembers something, while everyone keeps warm the memory of the destination from which he returned."
(Edgar Allan Poe)