Procida is an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea in the mouth of the Gulf of Naples between Ischia (to the west) and Cape Miseno (to the east). With an area of just four square kilometres, Procida is smaller than neighbouring islands Ischia and Capri. To the west of Procida towards Ischia, the uninhabited island of Vivara is connected to Procida by a bridge.
Marina di Procida blends perfectly into this beautiful environment, offering boat owners moorings with every convenience and professional assistance. This enchanting marina is easily accessible from the mainland thanks to numerous domestic and international flight connections, with direct connections to Aeroporto Napoli-Capodichino Airport via hydrofoil or bus (45 km).
Procida's beaches and local attractions ensure a wide range of choice for everyone. Silurenza beach, where you can dive from the famous Scoglio del Cannone, Lingua beach, known for underwater fishing, Asino beach, described by Elsa Morante in Arthur’s Island, the sheltered beach of Chiaia known for its excellent restaurants and Pozzo Vecchio, immortalised by Massimo Troisi in the film Il Postino.
You'll also enjoy numerous local festivals with abundant food and wine and a vibrant nightlife throughout the summer months.