Ischia Strolling Tour Portion 4: Ischia Ponte





This wander was filmed on September fifteenth, 2018 at 3pm. The wander starts at the foot of Castello Aragonese and proceeds on the bridge again to Ischia Ponte. The wander proceeds all around the streets of Ischia Ponte and finishes at La Mandra Seaside.

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00:00 – Map of the Walk
00:26 – Walk starts off on the bridge at the foot of the castle
04:33 – Piazzale Delle Alghe
09:56 – Resort Villa Antonio
16:16 – Piazzale Delle Alghe
17:forty three – Piazzale Aragonese
18:33 – Lungomare Aragonese
21:twenty five – By means of Luigi Mazzella
22:30 – By means of San Giovan Giuseppe
24:forty five – By means of Giovanni da Procida
twenty five:fifty seven – By means of Luigi Mazzella
28:35 – By means of Antonio Sogliuzzo
30:09 – By means of Pontano
31:twenty five – La Mandra Seaside
31:fifty – Preview of Walk 5

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29 Comments

  1. I absolutely love your work! You inspire me as I am doing something similar on my channel with a GoPro Hero5 but have no idea how to reach the same level of quality as yours! What settings do you use? And please keep up your amazing work 🙂

  2. Thank you for filming this….has brought back the memory of the sounds and smell of the sea and fresh air…and the smell of the cooking in the local restaurants…every corner is filled with vegetation that is so beautiful…even the wild grass looks good in Ischia!

  3. I spent a lot of time in Sorrento, Vico Equense, Positano, Amalfi etc., Our friends in Rome own a home in Ischia and we have the opportunity to stay in Ischia but we never even visited Ischia. I think I enjoy viewing your videos more than actually being there. It feel so very nice. I view your videos over and over again. Thank you so much! It must be very rewarding for you when so many viewers enjoy your walks and post wonderful comments. Waiting for Part 5 now.

  4. You have made me fall in love with Italy and I think it is must be the most beautiful country in this world maybe? everything look's so overwhelmingly beautiful and brighten's up my day watching your walks..I just want to ask do you have breaks within your walks for something to eat or drink and does holding the camera make your arm hurt after a while?

  5. Another fine walking tour.
    You really had a nice clear view that day. When I was in that area, it was always a bit hazy. You hardly could see the Vesuvio from Napoli (from the castel s.Elmo) , Capri from Sorrento, and Procida from Ischia. Even the Monte Epomeo could not be seen from the Castello without clouds and haze surrounding it.
    Keep on walking 🙂

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