Ischia is first by extension and population among the Flegrean islands and in the Campania archipelago. Visited every year by tens of thousands of tourists attracted by its natural beauty, its food and wine tours and volcanic beaches. But Ischia is also very popular for the spa, famous since ancient times. On the island there are several ports – including the Port of Ischia, Cala degli Aragonesi and Porto Sant’Angelo – which make it easily accessible and a strategic point for visiting the Campania archipelago (starting from the nearby Procida and Capri) and Lazio (Ventotene and Ponza)
Procida is a splendid, little jewel of the Campania archipelago told by artists and writers. Its minimal extension (less than 4 square km), the flat conformation, the volcanic beaches allow pleasant and easy visits throughout the territory. The marina of Procida offers over 400 berths and is located in a strategic position, offering the possibility to easily reach Capri, Ischia and the other tourist centers of the region.
Nisida is a small island belonging to the municipality of Naples, located in Caroglio under the beautiful hill of Posillipo. Nisida is not accessible to the public but the marina can host 600 berths up to 30 meters, with many services included (from security to 24 hours a day) and offers an excellent base for visiting Naples, the capital of the Mediterranean: with its historic center, a world heritage site, numerous museums, its hundreds of churches, the pedestrianized promenade that opens the view from Vesuvius to Posillipo, Castel Dell’Ovo, the Royal Palace and a thousand other artistic and cultural attractions It is one of the most growing Italian tourist destinations in recent years. Nisida also offers a perfect base for visiting the Phlegrean area (starting from Pozzuoli and Bacoli) and the Campania hinterland (in less than an hour you can reach, for example, Caserta with the homonymous Reggia vanvitelliana Unesco heritage) .
Amalfi is the spearhead of the homonymous coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Once a powerful Maritime Republic, it offers visitors a magnificent historical-artistic-naturalistic context. Among ancient churches, cloisters and museums, Amalfi offers the opportunity to take a journey through time interspersed with the opportunity to taste some of the excellence of the Campania and Italian food and wine heritage. In the Port of Amalfi, the Marina Coppola is located a few steps from the center and in the safest and sheltered part of the port for pleasure craft up to 35 meters with services available 24 hours a day.
Capri is indisputably the spearhead of the Campania archipelago. Place of good retreat chosen since Roman times, Capri has maintained up to the present day the profile of a high-level destination. In its towns of Capri and Anacapri, the island annually hosts film, cultural and political festivals as well as numerous visitors attracted by the natural beauties (including the Blue Grotto and the iconic Faraglioni) and the beautiful waters surrounding the only island of Campania not of volcanic origin. The Tourist Port of Capri is located in Marina Grande, protected by two artificial docks, connected to the center by a funicular and a few steps from the famous piazzetta center of the social life of the island. It can accommodate up to 300 boats.
Sorrento, told myriad of songs and films, is a pearl that gives its name to the peninsula that closes the southern arm of the Gulf of Naples. Built on a cliff, it offers a breathtaking view that has enchanted poets and artists since the dawn of time. Next to its small but rich historical center, also reachable from the neighboring countries equally worthy of note (Vico Equense, Meta, to name just a couple), the port of Sorrento is an excellent destination for those looking for a strategic point to visit Campania , near as it is in Naples and the islands of the gulf (above all Capri). The structure is able to accommodate pleasure craft up to a maximum draft of 6 meters, with assistance, surveillance and supply of running water and electricity.
Positano is a town of just under 4000 inhabitants set in the Amalfi coast with its spectacular views, a vertical structure and the long steps leading to the sea. A place, since the Roman era, of holiday thanks to the beauty of the landscape and the mild climate, during the ‘900 Positano has hosted artists and intellectuals of the Dolce Vita. To visit for the sea, shopping and the opportunity to practice trekking and food and wine tours. The Grassi Campo buoys of Positano is an excellent choice for visiting a corner of the Coast among the most renowned.
Vivara is one of the smaller islands of the Campania archipelago. Located between Ischia and Procida, to which it is connected by a non-viable bridge, it is currently uninhabited and a nature reserve. If its volcanic origin unites it to its neighboring major, Vivara is unique in the Campania archipelago, having remained uninhabited for decades – although the first traces of settlements date back to the golden age. After decades of neglect, in recent years has been placed under protection and is currently open only by reservation making it a half for true lovers of nature and unique experiences.