This is my last Ischia post, after this I headed to the mid-region of Italy which was work-related so this last day in Ischia was bittersweet. Sant Angelo is one of the most beautiful areas of Ischia, it is filled with small pathways that sit on tiny slopes next to the ocean. The best time to walk around Sant Angelo is between 5-7 when the sun starts to set. Sant Angelo is also considered the “best beach area” in Ischia but I can’t be sure of this because I didn’t get to see the whole island (Ischia is pretty huge, at least in comparison to Capri).
There are also small shops on these walkable pathways which are built next to old rock formations.
A view from the walk way in Sant Angelo. I think I posted this photo already.
Along these narrow streets there are so many restaurants with amazing views. A couple of friends below are lucky to have this corner seat.
While walking around at night I came across this small pastry shop, within the shop there are seats in the back with an open wall overlooking the ocean. There were only three ocean front seats in this cozy shop.
A young italian couple enjoying the view below with a glasses of Prosecco.
Italian strawberry tartlette with custard cream and jelly glaze on top. The strawberries here are very small.
I called this the lemon bomb but I forgot its proper name. The outside cream is made of lemon while the inside is filled with a dense cake like texture.
View by the time dessert was done.
This place = “Pasticceria Dolce è la Vita” in Sant Angelo, Ischia in case you are interested.