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Baia di San Montano, 80076 Lacco Ameno, Isola d'Ischia Italy
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Sunset Tour by boat with aperitif at sunset
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Sunset Tour by boat with aperitif at sunset

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With our boats we will accompany you to admire the fantastic island sunsets exclusively and after a beautiful bath in the crystal clear waters we will offer you prosecco and appetizers<br>
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Robert wrote a review Sep. 2020
Germany5 contributions3 helpful votes
The price has been increased significantly - 65 eur per person instead of 30 eur per person last year. This is not acceptable and abusing the situation with Corona by trying to compensate the losses and increasing twice a price. For every swimming pool there is limitation of number of people. However for some of them the limitation is too severe while for others much more people are allowed at the same time which is not logical. For example for the place where the people are walking on hot and cold water, they allow only 3 persons at the time. However there can be 6 people in order to keep distance of more than 2 meters. With three people allowed the distance is much bigger - 5 meters, which is clearly an exaggeration. As a result a big queue is gathered around this place.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Abi U wrote a review Aug. 2020
United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
We paid 185euro to enter Negombo and have to say, it was not value for money. We entered and went down to the beach to get some sun beds, we got informed by the staff that they were all reserved and they had no beds available, even though a lot of the beds were free. We had phoned in advance and asked specifically if we needed any reservation and were told no, so we were quite shocked when we couldn’t get beds. After, a difficult conversation with staff that didn’t speak great English (baring in mind its a tourist attraction!) we finally managed to get some beds to make a base. We then went off up the steps to some of the baths higher up. There was no control of the crowds or social distancing in place. There was a small sign in front of each of the baths saying how many people could be in the bath and for how long but this was blatantly ignored by most visitors and not enforced by any members of staff (if there were any around the pool). This then left too many people in the pools and crowds of people supposedly queuing to get into the pools. This left us feeling quite uncomfortable and we feel that there could have been much better protocols in place. The larger pools down at ground level were equally unmanaged but had slightly more space that you could move out of people’s way that were not social distancing. These pools were quite pleasant for the brief time we sat in them (so to follow the guidelines set out on the signs). Overall, it was a rather disappointing trip that could have easily been more enjoyable with better organisation and crowd control.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MsMinogue wrote a review Nov. 2019
52 contributions15 helpful votes
We loved our time at Negombo! It was fairly easy to get to..remember to take the short cut down the stairs once you get off the bus. Very different from Poseidon in that you don't have to wear the swimming cap which was a bonus. Please note that they only take cash for entry but there are ATM's available. Food was choice was great you can opt for bistro or proper sit down restaurant. The beach was beautiful and staff were readily available.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Lovetorove wrote a review Oct. 2019
Cambridge, United Kingdom38 contributions10 helpful votes
Relaxing set of thermal pools all volcanically heated. Beautiful bay with a beach and a lovely restaurant right on the seafront. So many thermal experiences scattered in and around the caves. We loved it. An unusual way to spa
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JCW wrote a review Oct. 2019
London, United Kingdom124 contributions48 helpful votes
I have been to different thermal spa before and I found Negombo spa was very effective. All my back, neck and shoulder pain has gone! Money well spent! They only take cash at the entrance. A day ticket costs EUR 33 for adult. They provide small lockers for a refundable deposit of EUR 20. You can leave your big luggage free of charge. Cafes, self service canteen and restaurants are available. Towels are available to rent for EUR 5 each. Shower facility is rather basic, hot water is salty, i think it is the spring water. Cold water is normal (not salty). No shower gel or shampoo is provided. There are many small thermal pools at different temperature. Some thermal pools with natural setting. All were very nice. Do try all of them if possible. Bring an old swimsuit as the smell of the thermal water will leave on the swimsuit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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