Unlike other nearby islands like Ischia or Capri, which are more tourist-oriented, Procida has an authentic feeling that allows you to truly experience what life on a small Italian island is like.
Procida’s extensive bus network allows tourists to quickly reach the most remote corners. However, the most popular parts of the island, including its beaches, are best visited by boat.
On the northeast coast of the island is the central urban center, Procida Porto. Ferries dock here and small buses travel along the island’s road network. This area has the oldest settlements on the island, dating back to the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Be sure to visit the island’s main church, Santa Maria della Pieta, nestled among the narrow and winding streets.
Terra Murata is a fortified medieval village located on the highest point of Procida. Here you will find an old square with traditional houses and the 16th century abbey of San Michele Arcangelo, as well as panoramic views of the Bay of Naples.
At the southern tip of Procida is another settlement, Chiaiolella.
Opposite the southwestern tip of Procida is the small winding island of Vivara, where there is a nature reserve.
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