At the mouth of the Gulf of Naples, past Cape Miseno, you will discover the Isle of Procida, the smallest island in the Neapolitan archipelago, with its sisters Ischia and Capri. The yellow tuff of the volcanic rocks harmoniously balances beautiful assortment of its vivacious towns, the green of the lavish Mediterranean flora and the blue of the clear and sparkling sea that encompasses it.
Abiding the kings and nobles of the past, more as of late habitation of intellectuals and artists, the island has consistently been the area for historical occasions and frequently the grand set of remarkable films, and offers sightseers captivating ways through temples, nunneries, squares and royal residences. A labyrinth of brilliant and exuberant back streets goes through its towns, from Terra Murata to Corricella, that end in stunning perspectives on the Neapolitan Gulf.
Marina di Procida fits in this view without disquieting its excellence and amicability, offering mariners mooring throughout the day with proficient help, easily accessible from the mainland thanks to the many connections and from the nearby islands.
The island's shorelines and attractions present a wide scope of choices to suit all preferences. The shoreline of the Silurenza has the plunge spot from the celebrated Scoglio del Cannone. The shoreline of the Lingua, well-known for underwater fishing. The shoreline of the Asino is portrayed by Elsa Morante in "Arturo's Island". The shoreline of the Chiaia, shielded from the breeze and known for its delicious cafés. Lastly the shoreline of Pozzo Vecchio, deified by Massimo Troisi in "Il Postino". Fairs, rich both in gourmet and handiwork items, and a nightlife rich in fun will make your stay on the island exceptional.