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Procida, an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, lies at the mouth of the Gulf of Naples between Ischia (to the west) and Cape Miseno (to the east). With an area of four square kilometres, it is smaller than its sister islands, Ischia and Capri. To the west of Procida, looking towards Ischia, stands the uninhabited island of Vivara, completely covered by Mediterranean scrub and connected to Procida by a bridge.


Marina di Procida nestles here without altering its beauty and harmony of the setting, offering pleasure-boat owners the possibility of a mooring furnished with every convenience and uninterrupted, professional assistance, in an enchanting area that can be easily reached from the mainland thanks to numerous connections, both domestic and international, or from the islands and the neighbouring seaside resorts.