Different in natural features and attractions, the three Neapolitan islands are a must see for any tourist in search of excitement.
The smallest of the islands, has a very strong connection to the naval tradition. Compared to Ischia and Capri, famous tourist destinations, Procida still today is represented in some ways like an island to be "discovered", full of a special charm for its quiet streets, the bright colors of the ancient buildings and neighborhoods facing in clusters on the sea. Marina Grande, is the landing point for all ferries and hydrofoils that come from Naples or Pozzuoli. Its colorful houses lining on the sea are the first attractive images that welcome tourists at their arrival on the island.
Ischia is the largest island in the Bay of Naples and today has become a popular destination all year long thanks to its mild climate. In addition to the great natural attractions and beaches, that make Ischia a must-visit place, there are its thermal baths, famous for the quality of their waters and the scenarios that lay as backdrop for plants and thermal parks. Thanks to the pleasant climate almost all year round you will be able to attend the beautiful sandy beaches of Ischia. And fans can explore the secrets of traditional foods and wine that rely heavily on the tradition of careful research which here is a true vocation.
Capri has attracted writers, poets, musicians, painters. Many directors who have chosen it as scenery for their films, and celebrities who have filled the tables of the famous square. One of the first admirers of the island was the Roman emperor Tiberius, who spent here the last years of his life. The most important center of the island is Capri, accessible from the dock of the Marina Grande, by bus, taxi or cable car. Heart of this town, characterized by homes with terraces and pergolas, is the famous square, an outdoor seating area, center of the touristic and worldly life. The most famous walk of Capri is the one that leads to the viewpoint of Tragara, shady square with a splendid view of the cliffs and the Marina Piccola. Not to be missed is definitely a trip to the Blue Cave (Grotta Azzurra), enchanted cave which attracts visitors from all over the world.
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