Hotel Mare Blu Terme

Address: Via Pontano 36, Ischia, Ischia, Campania, 80070, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Pontano 36, Ischia, is near Ecco La Cucina.
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    Travel Blogs from Ischia

    On a Tuscan hill

    A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on May 29, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... and my moped keys in the other arm and a small bag of tomatoes in my mouth.

    In order to scope out the entirety of the property here at the farm in a more efficient way than walking, I laced up my running shoes and set out for a run. After about 8 minutes I was winded, as every inch of this place seems to be a hill. Even running down hills seemed like a strenuous incline.

    Since I'm an adult now, I have to cook for myself. And ...

    Pringles on The Beach

    A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Sep 24, 2013


    ... meet us. There's three ports on the island, so what with the dodgy communications, we're in the lap of the gods.

    Rhidian & Helen arent there...we've got no texts and so we take another Taxi fuelled by only the finest Champagne to Casa Mazzella in Terme which is by the port of Casa Micciola. We came into Porto Ischia by the way, but it's only a ten minute drive to the hotel. We fill out the mortgage agreements to pay the ...

    Beautiful countryside

    A travel blog entry by cintony on Apr 28, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... we must remain in awe or we are at risk about becoming a bit complacent about all these beautiful historical towns and villages.

    Next place on our list was San Gimignano, another medieval walled town, probably one of the most famous. Built on top of yet another hill, it was beautiful, especially on such a lovely sunny day. Again, too many tourists! oops forgot- we are tourists too but we don't feel like tourists anymore! Took photos ...

    Siena - Old Town

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on May 25, 2012

    67 photos

    ... It is interesting to note that Siena and Florence were rivals as cultural centers around the 13th and 14th centuries. Most people visit Florence but the Siena Cathedral is in fact more authentic than that in|Florence.

    We arrived at the hotel and walked to the old town which is located at the top of the hill. Since the city has limited vehicles access, there were escalators (9 approx) which take you to the upper level. We purchased a combo ticket ...

    Italian drivers are crazy!

    A travel blog entry by alexcooper on Jan 19, 2011

    ... under the governments regulations. The monks had to stop producing their wine on site and now produce it 1km away from the abbey. They only produce one white and one red wine and in very small batches. Despite this you can still visit the cellar that has now been turned into a mini museum one might say with all the old equipment and barrels they used to make the wine. You can also taste the wine and of course buy some for yourself. We made sure we at least tasted it and I can ...