PROCIDA YACHT CHARTER: ALL THE BEAUTY OF THE GULF OF NAPLES
Not far from their bigger sister, the island of Ischia, Procida and the nearby islet of Vivara are a desirable destinations for a day full of good food and a dip in the sea. Low and sandy coasts alternate with strips of high and rugged coasts overlooking the sea. Nice, alternating promontories, bays and coves offer ideal shelter for navigation. Featured by three ports positioned on different sides of the island, Procida also includes the Regno di Nettuno Protected Marine Area.
Procida, described by the writer Elsa Morante in her novel “Arturo’s Island”, presents narrow streets lined with pastel-colored houses that lean against each other and are fragrant with the scent of the surrounding orchards and prickly pears. In the nine districts that make up its territory time seems to have stopped, offering authentic ambience during a luxury yacht charter cruise.
The island’s main harbor is Marina Grande, dominated by the crenelated Palazzo Montefusco, while Marina Corricella – where the Italian actor Massimo Troisi filmed his movie “Il Postino” – is the oldest district, home to several small fish restaurants offering a laid-back ambience away from the chaos, perfect for those seeking to enjoy their private Procida boat rental.
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Procida has many bays and inlets of transparent waters, like the beaches of Ciraccio and Chiaiolella. The shallow waters of Porto Vecchio and Chiaia are a great option for families with children.
Save time during your Procida boat rental to visit the outcrop of Vivara, which is connected to the island of Procida by a picturesque, small bridge. This formation is nothing other than the western side of the old volcano that gave origin to some of the Phlaegrean islands. Today, it is a WWF protected area managed with care by the local wildlife organizations with the help of the regional authorities.