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Casamicciola Terme is one of the six municipalities of Ischia, an island renowned for its thermal springs. The immense Terme Manzi hotel complex is located in the heart of a natural setting at the centre of Casamicciola, just a few minutes' walk from the shore. During your stay at Terme Manzi Hotel & Spa, you will have the opportunity to explore the island of Ischia, which offers its charming authenticity to visitors from all over the world. Ischia has always been an inspiration for writers, filmmakers and painters, including author Truman Capote and cinema director Luchino Visconti. The magic of Ischia has also enchanted famous actors and businessmen such as the Hollywood couple Liz Taylor and Richard Burton and the editor Angelo Rizzoli. They believed in this island enough to invest, and even live, here.
The waters of the Gurgitello activate cellular oxygenation, regenerate metabolic activity, and promote the elimination of fatty acids and toxins from the body. Thermal hydrotherapy stimulates the circulatory and lymphatic systems, while inhalation treatments help purify the respiratory passageways. The water of Terme Manzi has been certified "therapeutic thermal water" by the Italian Ministry of Health. Mud is unquestionably the central element of this thermal spa experience, and the one that best expresses the complementarity between the therapeutic virtues of Gurgitello spring waters and the fabulous biological qualities of volcanic clay. The treatments offered at Manzi Spa Thermae are designed to combine the profound effects of its thermal spa treatments with a holistic approach, revealing natural therapeutic qualities in a unique way.
The gardens of La Mortella are known throughout Europe for their beauty and their rare, extraordinary plant collection. Most of all, they are known as the former abode of William Walton, a great British composer. The charm of these gardens most likely resides in their origin. They arose from the hymn to love that William Walton composed throughout his life with his wife Susana. The gardens are also devoted to music: afternoon chamber music and piano concerts are often held here. On summer evenings, classical music concerts are held at Teatro Greco, an amphitheatre with a majestic point of view. At the heart of these gardens, a welcoming café invites visitors to take a break, enjoy a sweet or savoury treat, or simply sip a cup of tea.