Durrueli Resort and Spa Villa

There’s a real seaside feel to the Durrueli Resort and Spa Villa. The pool’s in a sunny spot, and in your room, you’ll have a nautical theme in blue and white.

The terrace has loungers that surround the pool. It’s also framed by Mediterranean trees and pretty flowers that provide a lovely finish. With a peaceful backdrop of sea and mountain views, it’s an easy place to relax.

The hotel’s main feature is a rooftop terrace with cinematic sea views. If you fancy a drink, there’s even a bar, too.

The buffet restaurant at the hotel serves Mediterranean cuisine and local dishes, while al fresco dining by candlelight is common.

Overview of Ischia

Packed with thermal springs, luscious landscapes and a great choice of traditional Italian restaurants, the island of Istria has become a popular destination for holidays to the Neapolitan Riviera.

A volcanic island, Ischia has long been a favourite with celebrities and holidaymakers looking for an idyllic, luxurious retreat. Thanks to top hotels like the Durrueli Resort and Spa Villa, its reputation has only grown. There’s a tropical vibe here and, after a stay in Ischia, you’ll feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

Things to do in Ischia

On a stay at the Durrueli Resort and Spa Villa, you’re close to all the very best parts of Ischia. Pescatori Beach is a five-minute walk away, while Aragonese Castle just around 15 minutes away. You’ll find some traditional bars, cafes and trattorias even closer.

If you fancy heading to the resort centre, then it’s a 15-minute walk. But there’s a bus service if you want to take it easy. The markets here are endlessly exciting. From traditional pieces of woodwork to vintage clothing, there’s something for everyone.

In the centre of Ischia, food is taken very seriously, and wine has been made here for over 2,000 years, so you’re guaranteed to find a quality drop.

Say hello to luxury with a trip to Ischia. Whether you’re looking to rub shoulders with celebrities, lounge on the beach or enjoy some of the finest food and wine on the Neapolitan Riviera, this is the place to be.


Resort Summary

Just an hour ferry ride off the the coast of Naples or Sorrento, the volcanic island of Ischia is a true gem. With kilometres of sandy beaches to explore, temperate seas and beautiful gardens, a visit to this part of Italy is a delight.

The sea temperature is always particularly warm at Sorgeto thanks to its natural underwater springs. The island’s whole vibe is romantic and laid-back, with tranquillity and well-being at its heart.