Our boat trip to Procida promises to showcase the unique beauty of this island.
Small but extraordinarily authentic, it invites you to lose yourself in its alleys, surrounded by the multi-coloured spectacle of its characteristic houses.
Fall in love with Marina Corricella, a small and timeless hamlet of multi-coloured fishing houses, chosen by Massimo Troisi to shoot some of the scenes for the classic Italian film The Postman.
Terra Murata, with its majestic Palazzo D'Avalos, is located at the centre of Procida, at around 90 metres above sea level.It was built during the Middle Ages and is still accessed by its original entrance points today. With its labyrinth of little alleyways and houses, which were built one on top of the other, it offers a breathtaking view over the sea.
A boat tour is the best way to fully enjoy the beauty of this island, discovering its many grottos and inlets, which can only be accessed via the sea.