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The Magical Mezzatorre Resort & Spa, Italy

The luxury Mezzatorre is a 45-room boutique hotel, it can be found on the secluded and quiet Island of Ischia (Neapolitan Riviera) with its position facing directly to the sea, between Lacco Ameno and Forio.

Surrounded by seven hectares of pine wood, in one of the most beautiful and still unsullied corners of Mediterranean maquis, very close to the magnificent villa that belonged to Luchino Visconti, a famous Italian movie director, there is the Mezzatorre Resort & Spa.

At the peak of a promontory rising steeply out of the sea, a unique position that makes it a haven of peace and quiet. The main body is an old tower dating back to the 16th-century that belonged to Baron Fassini and was used by the local natives to defend themselves against the Saracens; the other buildings are scattered among the pines and holm oaks encircling the hotel and blend perfectly with the landscape and the style of the tower.

If you are looking for a luxury but cosy place to spend your holiday to restore your body, mind and soul, this exclusive hotel with its gorgeous rooms and suites facing the sea and its greenery is definitely for you.

If you want to benefit from the infamous thermal waters and mud of the island, the experienced staff of this chic modern spa will advise you on the latest technologies of Balneotherapy. The spa also includes a health and beauty center where a wide choice of beauty treatments are available and are carried out under the supervision of highly qualified physicians.

The hotels luxury terraces are the ideal place to enjoy breath-taking sunset views, indulge in your favourite book and have an unforgettable time accompanied by romantic background music or relish the typical Mediterranean dishes served at the two restaurants, Chandelier and SciuéSciué the poolside restaurant. Images courtesy of Mezzatorre Resort & SPA.

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October 5, 2011 | Ischia Italy Travel | View comments

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