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  • A long Summer.. - September 2013

A long Summer.. - September 2013

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September 2013 of IschiaNews&Eventi
Year 4, Issue 5

It is the time of the autumn equinox on the island of Ischia. Ischia is the “climatic gem of Italy”, proved by prof. Cristofaro Mennella (1907-1976), climatologist and director of the Geophysical Observatory of Casamicciola and Chairman of the Centri Studi on the island of Ischia, in a very rare book published in 1958. “Comparing with concrete data, the climate of the island of Ischia, both in absolute and relative terms, with one of the most celebrated places of the Peninsula, I came to the conclusion that the island of Ischia is a true gem in the shining crown of tourist and thermal and resorts”, he wrote.
There is a “happy coincidence” of many physical and landscape environments that make Ischia a “climatic gem”. September is the ideal month to live it all over, entirely, by sea and by land. It is the ideal time to discover the thermal parks, coastal inlets, confidentiality of beaches, under a summer sun. The summer here is long and lasts at least until the end of October. In our September issue of “Ischianews & Eventi” we present this long summer especially from the land while in the August issue we focused on the sea.
The September issue comes out twice with the supplement “Visiting wineries” with the story and the events of the great occurrence organized by Pro Loco Panza from September 15 to 18, and which is now in its sixth edition. And the “heroic viticulture” of the peasants of Ischia – very ancient since Nestor’s cup of the eighth century BC - we have dedicated a report on D'Ambra Vini d' Ischia, the oldest winery of the island which this year celebrates 125 years and - for a right movement of the circumstances - has won this year the “tre bicchieri” of the “Gambero Rosso”, the most important magazine of the Italian wine industry, with its best wine, “Biancolella -Tenuta Frassitelli”. But in the air of September with the story of all the religious festivals of the island we spent another service with particular attention to the feast of Santa Maria al Monte, on September 12 in the small church at 400 meters above sea level and that is for the islanders a “second Easter Monday” also lived with joy by hundreds of tourists and to that of St. Michael the Archangel in the village of Sant'Angelo which concludes at the end of the month, on Monday, Sept. 30 , with the evocative procession by sea.
We also present the rich calendar of events with its prestigious concerts by Fondazione William e Susana Walton at Giardini La Mortella and the beautiful cultural event “il contastorie” from September 12 to 22 with as the main host great actor Giorgio Albertazzi. Space also to local crafts with a story about the ancient art of packing wicker baskets and also a look at our history with the story of the tragedy of 70 years ago, on September 8, 1943, just when it was signed the armistice, it was bombed, perhaps by mistake, by a British airplane the town of Forio causing 43 deaths, all of them civilians including children and the elderly. But we do not forget the sea and its “institutional” problems and host a discussion on how to improve the Marine Protected Area that has become a resource for the islands of Ischia and Procida and not another attempt to administrative reorganization.As for the August issue also the September one contains the map with the paths of wine and typical products and reports the Marine Protected Area with the schedules of the maritime connections from the mainland to the island of Ischia and vice versa. And yet “Ischianews & Eventi” presence par excellence of the island of accommodation, catering services, with an indication of the places of interest worth seeing and the ‘chefs recipes’ to turn every tourist in chef who is inside each of us lover of good wine and good food.
Finally the bus timetables of public service run by the EAV bus, owned by the Region of Campania, and which are joined in drafting numerous phone calls of protest for problems. The terrestrial public transport is a must to improve the quality of our tourism. This and much more, such as the discovery of Ravino Gardens and those of Aphrodite and still the park of the Nymphs Nitrodi on “Ischianews & Eveni” of September with the hope to live well this long summer.

Format: 15 x 21 cm
Folding map attached with the signs of the "Neptune's Kingdom" for the marine protected area 56 x 40 cm
Pages: 96
Language: Italian / English


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