Sunrise in Ischia-Ponte
From the very beginning of my stay on the island, I never left the idea of meeting the sunrise on the beach, but everything did not work out - the sky was overcast, then a strong wind, then I overslept...On the last day, my inner voice woke me up at five-thirty in the morning. Looking out of the window, he saw a clear sky, which was just beginning to lighten, and judging by the foliage of the trees, it was calm. So I quickly dressed and hurried to Cape Molino (Ponte Molino on the map), where you can get the best view of the Aragonese castle and the beaches of Ischia-Ponte.
On the right were two six-o'clock ferries heading from Ischia to Naples. Flights to the island are operated by competitors Caremar and Medmar, their vessels recover at about the same time, but usually one goes directly to Naples, the other does not call at Procida.
A typical house on the coast is a fisherman's dwelling. In such houses, you can rent a room, and here, even on a flat roof, there is a "penthouse" with a separate entrance, where a spiral staircase leads. I should think that in the season such rooms are not cheap - the beach is only five steps away, and the Windows offer a stunning view.
I had actually booked for three nights, but the island completely fascinated me,and I decided to spend the remaining two days here instead of going home. Since the hotel was almost empty, the administration, having learned about my desire, joyfully moved me to a room with a veranda and a view of the sea.