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We took a taxi to the top of the island and watched the bus in front of us squeeze through the narrow streets. Enjoyed the beautiful views and this historic site. We walked back, stopping at the village of Coricella to have a nice lunch...More
Procida is a very small island, and probably the least touristy of them all.
If you are there, you should make the trek ( or take a taxi) to Terra Murata. It’s the highest point on the island, it’s the historic center of Procida and...More
Enjoy walking around the narrow streets of procida and make your way up to the top of Terra Murata ... you’ll be taken back in time .. very surrealistic ... there is a convent with the most amazing terrace and view ever and off course...More
The island of Procida has many scenic places and a lot of them are concentrated in the area. Aside from the view of Corricella, there are a multitude of other photo opportunities including the former prison area and the Abbazia Di S Michele Arcangelo (church).
Hallo! We arrive in Naples on a cruise in two weeks and we are thinking of spending some hours in Procida. From my search in TA and the net I have ended up to the following, but I would like to hear from someone local, if these are right. Well, from my understanding ferries and hydrofoils leave from Molo Berevello, which is close the cruise ship pier (how close? walking distance please?). The fastest way is probably with hydrofoil. How long is the duration of the trip with the hydrofoil...More
August 09, 2011|
Thanks for the info and photos Peter! Your advice was so clear and precise that I I believe that we will manage this trip by ourselves! Thanks again. Take care!