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A beautiful little island just a short ferry ride from Monti di Procida. You can explore the island on foot. Scenery of the port and marina are spectacular and colourful. A must try is a lemon salad made from fresh Amalfi lemons.
Traveled there from Naples and spent the whole day enjoying time away from tourists! Of course you can’t escape the them totally but the island was peaceful, rather empty and the beach I went to, was alright. ( some have pebbles instead of sand but...More
Isola di Procida was a welcome retreat of all the hustle and bustle of Naples and all the other islands near it. It is a fishing village that is authentic and not spoilt by groups of tourists or many tourist shops. It is tranquil, laid...More
We went from Pozzuoli to Procida yesterday by boat. I was looking forward to the trip and was watching the water from the ferry boat. I was very dismayed to see lots of debris floating all over the bay of Napoli and when I say...More
We caught the ferry from Naples di massa - the ticket office is a big red building. You have to walk down into what feels like a port and the ticket office is on the left. 10.40 Euro for adults; 7.70 Euro for 10 yr...More
We spent about four hours on Procida after a 45 minute ferry ride to get there, and we saw a lot and even had time for lunch. We did use a taxi to get around quickly, and we were able to see several beautiful sites...More
A short ferry ride away from Naples, this little island is ridiculously beautiful. Seriously, it felt like stepping into a picture or a movie. We were there in May, there weren't that many tourists around (unlike Naples or Capri), it was quiet, in pastel colours,...More