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Are you trying to find out how to get to Procida? Find the best ferry from Ischia to Procida through our online booking service. This page allows you to compare ferry operators who cover the routes to Procida departing from Ischia and related timetables, tariffs and durations.
The line from Ischia to Procida is provided by Snav only with a schedule of 28 weekly connections with frequent, all day departures and maximum duration of 20 min. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. Although this a quite a short journey, each vessel is fully equipped and comfortable to ensure that you enjoy your time on board.
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CASAMICCIOLA (ISCHIA) PROCIDA offers
Children under 2 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 2 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation. Discount valid on all the Aeolian, Pontine and Gulf of Naples lines (Ischia, Procida, Capri and Sorrento).
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% reduction on tickets for children aged between the ages of 2 to 12. Valid on all lines departing and arriving from the Aeolian Islands, Pontine, and connections of the Gulf of Naples.
Port of CASAMICCIOLA (ISCHIA)
The main port on the island of Ischia is Casamicciola located in the north of the island. The port has two piers and hosts ferry lines that connect the island with other ports in the Gulf of Naples and the islands. Casamicciola port can be reached by bus from other places on the island. There are many services at the port such as private boat docking, tickets, taxis, ATMs, bars and restaurants in the surrounding area.... [More information]
Address: Molo Turistico, 80074 Casamicciola Terme NA
Directions: Google Map @ Casamicciola (Ischia), port
Guide of PROCIDA
The island of Procida is part of the Flegree islands, in the Gulf of Naples. Procida is only 4 km from the mainland and is connected by a bridge to the nearby islet of Vivara. This island is of volcanic origin and has crescent-shaped gulfs where you can recognize the traces of ancient craters. Places to visit It is thought that the name Procida derives from the Greek ‘prochetai’, which means ‘lies’, because by looking at morphology of the island it appears to be lying on the sea, the myth, on the other hand, is that the name Procida is derived from a nurse from Aeneas, ... [More information]
28 weekly sailings - Duration: 20 minutes