Things to do in Procida

Explore the Terra Murata. Overlook the port of Corricella, and once you reach the Belvedere of Terra Murata, you admire the views.

Procida is an ideal place to explore on foot. From the ports, to the nature reserve Vivara, Procida is full of surprises. Marina Corricella and Marina di Chiaiolella are 2 ports that bring you back to the 50’s, with its sun drying nets.

Excursions are the ideal way to discover the secrets of the island. Try the kayak or SUP to find Procida’s hidden caves, and stop to swim in the shallow waters around Procida

The Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo, dating back to the XI century is a cultural highlight of Procida. The Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo is one of the most prestigious churches in southern Italy.

Procida Beaches

What is an island landscape without its beaches, and also here Procida doesn’t let you down. With 2 types of beaches, there is a lot to discover. And a type of beach for everyone.

The most accessible beach of Procida, and a small 20 minutes’ walk.
Chiaia Beach
Closes to us, the overhanging cliffs protect you from the North-West.
Ciraccio beach
With its iconic landmark, it's a beach worth visiting.
Explore Naples and the Bay

Easily reached from Procida by our boat, approximately 15 km wide and opening westwards into the Mediterranean, the Bay of Naples reaches from Naples and Pozzuoli at its northern edge, to the Sorrentine Peninsula at its southern, with Mount Vesuvius lying on its eastern border.

Get around in Procida
By Bikes

At Procida Camp & Resort you can rent e-bikes to go around the island.

On Foot

The most eco friendly option, and the best way to notice all the details.