Ischia is the biggest island in the Bay of Naples. It has been a renowned thermal springs and volcanic mud resort since antiquity, mentioned in the works of Roman authors.
Hydrotherapy is a healthful and pleasant way of recreation, and many visitors come here exclusively for that. There are 29 groups of thermal springs in Ischia, with water containing sodium sulfate and chloride, radon in different proportions,
bicarbonate of iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium as well as silica. DOC wines, Aragonese Castle, Ischia Film Festival, Mount Epomeo, chestnut forests, Gardens of La Mortella are just a few attractions of Ischia apart from thermal springs.