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All reviews sant angelo the bus gelato water taxi restaurants and shops walked down visited twice few hours quaint village golf buggies lovely shops fishing village boat tour expensive yachts harbour town couple of hours maronti beach
Other travellers we met were staying here, it has similarities to Limone as its pedestrianised and you get to your hotel on the first night by golf car, which every other trip costs 6Euro each to be able to get out of the town if...More
It is a picturesque part of the island, very charming, little nice restaurants and cafes around the harbour, stunning views when walking down and into town.
Great for walking when the weather is cold and must be amazing for sunbathing when the sun is out!
Nestled at the bottom of the at times hairy bus ride Sant Angelo is a really pretty little harbour town that sits either side of a land spit. The whole place was just as you would expect. Colourful, lively a happy mixture of houses, small...More
We spent a day here, having come down on the bus from Forio, then walked down to the village, relatively easy. There are some interesting little shops, most not yet open, and similarly the whiole place had the feeling of 'getting ready' for the season,...More
A great day in Ischia is combining San Angelo with Maronti beach. Start your day with a bus ride to San Angelo. The ride meanders through the island affording a nice sight seeing travelogue. San Angelo id last stop.Leaving bus you walk down a seaside...More
very quaint town and lovely to visit easy walk down to the village but remember what goes down must come up so there are little tuk tuks that offer to take you back but barter with them and get it for €6 is you clever....
Sant'Angelo is probably the most picturesque of the small towns and villages around the Ischia coastline and the former fisherman’s cottages in most cases lovingly looked after and painted in the traditional white stretch back from the harbour up the hillside and are fantastic to...More
We did the circumnavigation of the island boat trip, onboard the Columbia, starting from Casamicciola. Sant’Angelo was about half way round and we had an hour’s stop. It is a very pleasant place to while away time and we could have done with a bit...More
It's a beautiful harbour town, very picturesque and quiet. Perfect for those looking for relaxation, a good beach with clear, warm waters, insanely good gelato and friendly locals. The town is quite remote from others on the island, and the taxis take advantage of this...More
After a 20 min crazy bus ride we arrived at the top of a hill which we walked down into Sant Angelo. Lovely views on way down and little charming shops and restaurants. It is picture perfect certainly but very, very expensive. We had lunch...More