Procida is a hidden gem among the islands of the Bay of Naples. Known for its authentic Italian charm, vibrant pastel-colored houses, and picturesque landscapes, Procida offers a tranquil escape for those seeking a more laid-back island experience.

Unlike its more famous neighbors, Capri and Ischia, Procida remains relatively untouched by mass tourism. The island’s small size and intimate atmosphere make it perfect for leisurely walks along its narrow streets and relaxed moments by the sea.

The pastel-hued buildings that line the streets create a postcard-worthy setting, with the iconic Terra Murata dominating the skyline. Terra Murata is the highest point of the island and home to the medieval fortress, providing panoramic views of Procida’s colorful architecture and surrounding waters.

Marina Corricella, a charming fishing village, is one of the island’s most picturesque spots. With its vibrant boats bobbing in the crystal-clear water, this quaint harbor is a photographer’s delight.

Procida’s beautiful beaches, such as Spiaggia del Postino (Postman’s Beach), offer opportunities for swimming and relaxation. The island’s culinary scene is a delight, with seafood dishes and local specialties being highlights.

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