Hotels to remember: Procida

Hotel Antiche Mura


From € 99.00

Chiaja Hotel de Charme


From € 70.00

Grand Hotel Angiolieri

Seiano di Vico Equense

From € 119.00

Relais Sul Mare


From € 88.00

Relais Correale


From € 59.00

Costantinopoli 104


From € 104.00

Towers Hotel Stabiae Sorrento...

Castellammare di Stabia

Grand Hotel La Favorita


From € 209.00

Albergo San Montano

Lacco Ameno - Ischia

Attico Partenopeo


From € 84.00

Hotel & Spa Bellavista Francischiello

Massa Lubrense

From € 99.00

Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria


From € 327.00

Residenza Molini

Massa Lubrense

Hotel San Giorgio Terme

Barano d'Ischia

Marina Piccola 73


From € 90.00

Decumani Hotel de Charme


From € 89.00

Villa Margherita - Maison...

Sant'Angelo d'Ischia

Villa dei D'Armiento

Sant'Agnello, Sorrento

Hotel Cristina


Relais Don Alfonso 1890

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

Relais Blu

Massa Lubrense

Mezzatorre Resort & Spa


From € 1,000.00

Grand Hotel Santa Lucia


From € 125.00

MelRose Relais

Massa Lubrense

Hotel Le Querce


From € 59.00



From € 133.00

Cubo Apartments

Vico Equense

From € 85.00

Bellevue Syrene


From € 350.00

Delfini Strand Hotel Terme


From € 38.00

Romeo Hotel


From € 250.00

Terme Manzi Hotel & Spa

Casamicciola Terme - Ischia

From € 29.00

Travel ideas

Procida: introduction

Procida Hotel

Procida forms part of the group of islands known as the "isole Flegree" which represent a natural continuation; Procida is, in fact, formed by four craters, Terra Murata, Pizzico, Solchiamo and Pozzovecchio.

Its history and renown is without doubt a reflection of the importance enjoyed by Ischia for many centuries right up to the end of the 1700's. Today, Procida is a fishing town and bathing resort, known for its ancient maritime traditions which have seen great part of the island's population aboard merchant ships travelling the world's seas. It is, then, no surprise that a nautical school of great repute is situated on the island.

Procida, in addition to its fishing industry, also has a flourishing agricultural tradition thanks to its lush vegetation with vineyards and citrus groves from which a spectacular white wine and deliciously scented lemons are obtained. Whilst on the island visitors should take the opportunity to visit the Church of San Michele, the Borgo of Terra Murata, the Castle and the Natural reserve of the islet of Vivara.

Procida: suggestions from the hotels

Pierluigi D'Armiento


Villa dei D'Armiento


Pierluigi D'Armiento

Need a strategical gateway to Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast? Villa D'Armiento is the best one, with a spectacular view from "Belvedere Marinella" just a few steps far from the residence. (Villa dei D'Armiento) →



Decumani Hotel de Charme

3 Star Hotels

"There are places that you go to, and once is enough..................and then there is Naples" cit. John Turturro (Decumani Hotel de Charme) →

Vincenzo Scotto di Fasano


Albergo La Vigna

4 Star Hotels

Procida is the smallest of the islands in Italy's Bay of Naples and still conserves the authentic charm of a traditional fishing village (Albergo La Vigna) →

Procida: places to see in the area