If your idea of an Ischia spa day is more about sipping a poolside spritz than taking a thermal bath, the Garden of Eden is the perfect spot for you. A little piece of paradise, this beach club may be less “curative” than the traditional thermal parks Ishcia is known for, but it’s also a bit more “chillaxative”.
The Garden of Eden is nestled in one of Ischia’s prettiest coves, the Bay of Cartaromana. Most visitors arrive here via a short boat ride from Ischia Ponte. The bay is known for its spectacular views of Castello Aragonese and the striking rocks of Saint Anna. Wrapped around one of these rocks is the club’s ‘solarium suspended on the sea’. The views from here couldn’t be more picturesque; the water more limpid or buoyant.
The property’s lovingly maintained gardens are befitting of Adam and Eve and refreshments are always near at hand as all of the property’s five pools (2 thermal and 3 salt water) are within steps of the club’s restaurant and the poolside bar.