My boyfriend and I just returned from a Lovely Vacation at this AMAZING resort/villas/restaurant. Ischia Island is probably one of the prettiest places we've ever been too. PARADISE! It is three times the size of its neighboring islands such as Capri which is filled with tourist and is highly over priced. Being a much bigger island there is much more things to do and see. Upon arrival you are greeted with a delightful glass of sparkling wine (with peaches in it) which seems to be their signature trait. I rarely remember my glass ever being empty as the generosity amongst this family owned business is 5 star plus! This resort also has a 360* panoramic view in which you can see the Mediterranean Ocean from all angles. SPECTACULAR!
I highly recommend eating at the restaurant located right on the premise. It is such a quaint and convenient location and the atmosphere is what made it the best experiences we have ever had. The FOOD here is astounding; simply the best in its class! Chef Gianni is a legend! Pasta dishes made in every way possible, along with the freshest seafood and the cutest atmosphere. If you are looking for the REAL authenticity of Italy; you have chosen the right place. Throughout dinner you are serenaded by Fernando; the musician on site. His voice is such a delight to listen too. However, the HIGHLIGHT of this restaurant is the singing and dancing the whole staff break into. It becomes VERY INTERACTIVE and makes you feel like home. You got tambourines, bells, instruments, music, tarantella's (traditional Italian music), wine, limoncello, café, the whole nine-yards of an unforgettable experience!! *If you have facebook I highly recommend looking at the videos - Ristorante Neptunus Via Lo Russo.
Ristorante Neptunus is 5++
SUNSET: We have been fortunate enough to travel to many beautiful places in the world and if your lucky enough to stay here you will encounter the most beautiful, picturesque sunset unimaginable! :)
~Thank you Neptunus for all your generous hospitality and great service! Bacio.
" . . . O Vita, O Vita Mia"