Ischia is a small volcanic island in the Thyrrhenian Sea of the west coast of Italy. From its shores on clear days one can spot Naples which is just 17 miles away. The island is almost entirely mountainous and its main industry is tourism.
Its thermal spas attract tourists from every corner of the world.
Writer Truman Capote fell in love with it in the 50s. He even wrote an essay about his stay on the island. A favourite with Tennesse Williams as well who used to consider the island one of the most beautiful places in the world.
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