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Parco Idrotermale del Negombo

Isola d’Ischia, Naples

Pet not allowed
Parking
Partially wheelchair accessible
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Food service
Wi-Fi Area
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Via S. Montano
80076 Lacco Ameno
Isola d’Ischia (NA)

Tel. +39 081 986152
Fax +39 081 986342

GPS coordinates:
Longitudine: 8.565621
Latitudine: 45.925904

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Opening times

From April 20th to October 7th, every day from 5.30pm to 7.00pm (last admission at 6.00pm)
Spa and seaside resort are opened from 8.30am to 7.00pm

Events
Flower show "Ipomea del Negombo": 25-26-27 May 2018

Tickets

Park: € 8,00
SPA and seaside resort: prices vary seasonally


History
In 1946, Duke Luigi Silvestro Camerini, humanist and great traveler, reached Ischia in quest of a place to found a park in which to express his great passion for botany.

The enchantment of the place and its surprising similarity to the Bay of Negombo which he had admired in Ceylon caused the choice to fall upon San Montano Bay.

The nature of this environment finds one of its most significant expressions in the hot springs which are witness to the volcanic history of the Island of Ischia and in the possibility of using them in accordance with a tradition whose roots plunge into the classic age.

The present physiognomy of the park owes much to the work of Ermanno Casasco, the landscape gardener. His enthusiasm was that of creating a garden deeply anchored in the millenary culture of the place and rich with surprises and unexpected solutions.

Since 1998, he has inserted into the landscape of the park important sculptures by Arnaldo Pomodoro, Lucio del Pezzo, Laura Panno and Giuseppe Maraniello. In this garden, a privileged place for the man and nature relationship, the landscape complements the magnificence of plants brought from Australia, Japan, South Africa and Brazil.

Worth noting are examples of Orbea variegata (= Stapelia variegata), Hakea, Encephalartos, Macrozamia, Cycas media, Dasylirium, Erythrina, Schinus terebindifloria, a hundred-year-old Ficus magnolioides and the spectacular Eucaliptus ficifolia.

One of the most ancient Greek settlements in Western E.pe, the necropolis of ancient Pithecusa is located in San Montano Bay.

The Eubeans landed here around 770 BC attracted by the protected position of the bay offering their ships a safe haven from and heavy seas.

Casasco Ermanno

Landscape Architect.

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