From the outpost of the Syracuse Greek Hiero I to the conquest of Alfonso of Aragon, from the splendour of Vittoria Colonna's wedding to the English bombing in 1809, from total abandonment to recovery through the intuition of a farsighted Ischian lawyer: twenty five centuries of history between churches, convents, prisons, lush gardens and breathtaking views, suspended between the sky and the sea in a timeless atmosphere.
Open 7 days a week, all year, from 9am until sunset
(for detailed information on the closing time you can write or call).
The Aragonese Castle of Ischia will be closed to the public from 7 to 31 January 2020 for routine maintenance work.
The visit will resume regularly from 1 February 2020 with the usual schedules.
The cafés and bookshop may not have the same opening times and days as the Castle.
The last ticket will be issued an hour before closing.
Adults € 10.00
Groups (20+) € 9.00
Children 10-14 yrs € 6.00
Children 0-9 yrs free
* The Castle has been privately owned since 1912: there is an entrance fee. The family that owns it takes care of the restoration and maintenance directly using the proceeds from entrance fee and the management of any staged activities, representing one of Italy's few examples of a self-funding private monument, without needing to resort to public contributions.