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Amalfi, Italy

Italian Cuisine Procida Flotilla

Discover the best of Italy and create memories that last a lifetime with SailEatalia’s Italian Cuisine Procida Flotilla. Depart from our base in Procida and sail to the Pontine Islands and along the magnificent Amalfi Coast to explore some of Italy’s best local cuisine. Depart from our base in Procida and set sail to the other amazing islands of Ischia and Capri and along the magnificent Amalfi Coast to taste and explore the traditional local cuisine magnificent. Each Italian region has its own local food and delicacies, so you can expect truly authentic, traditional food in every island that you visit. Sail, eat and drink your way around Italy’s legendary Amalfi Coast as an add-on to your yacht charter from an additional €385 per person, which includes some dinners. SailEATtalia’s Italian cuisine Procida flotilla will ensure you have the support and assistance of a lead yacht with professional crew on board. There is a chance that the flotilla route may be changed due to weather conditions or particular/unforeseen events.* The cost of participation starts from €385 per person, which includes: Lead yacht, assistance with moorings, all food and wine mentioned above as well as transfers to all restaurants and wineries. *Cost of the yacht, mooring fees and fuel are not included* *Excursion to Pompeii on Monday from 8am – 1.30pm, at an additional cost of €150 per person (minimum 6 persons). Please note: this tour will be confirmed with a minimum of 6 participants. Charterers must decide at check-in, and once the minimum is reached, payment will be taken. The cost is 150 Euro per person and includes both the private guided tour and round-trip transportation from Sorrento


  • The finest Italian food and wine
  •  Glamorous Capri and Amalfi
  •  Capri’s Grotta Azzurra
  •  Boutique and foodie shopping
  •  Stunning Amalfi Coast scenery
  2024 departure dates:
  • 18-May | 06-July | 21-Sep
  To book a SailEATailia flotilla, call 888 350 3568   Call 888 350 3568 *Actual itinerary and program may vary due to weather conditions or unforeseen events.

Procida one-week bareboat

Italian blue water sailing Explore the remote Phlegraean and Pontine Islands on a bareboat charter vacation from pretty Procida. You’ll enjoy prolonged spells of blue water sailing as you cruise between unspoilt islands reachable only by sea, dropping anchor to discover quiet bays, pristine beaches and Italy’s famous seafood. Take charge of your own private yacht and sail your own route, or follow our suggested bareboat charter itinerary to make the most of your time in the Gulf of Naples.  


  • Blue water sailing
  •  Delicious Italian cuisine
  •  Explore glamorous Capri
  •  Wreck diving in Ventotene
  •  Ponza’s spectacular coast
  •  Procida’s picturesque town
Dates 19-May-24, 02-Jun-24, 23-Jun-24, 30-Jun-24, 07-Jul-24, 08-Sep-24, 22-Sep-24, 06-Oct-24
Where is the best place to sail from Procida?

At Sunsail, we offer a selection of pre-planned itineraries and sailing routes from Procida, including both Bareboat and Flotilla sailing holidays.

Our Procida sailing itineraries can, of course, be tailored to fit your individual needs, but each of them have been carefully selected to ensure you get to experience our favourite spots in the Procida, The Phelgaean Islands and The Pontine Islands. 

Below we have summarised our favourite Procida yacht charters for each type of holiday, along with anything we believe you simply cannot miss out on.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

For Families

Our Procida flotilla sailing holidays are ideal for families as they provide a perfect blend of independence and support – your own yacht and space, but opportunity to meet with like-minded sailors and families doing the same route as you. 

As the lead boat remains nearby, families can enjoy a safe and relaxed sailing experience, creating lasting memories in a shared adventure on the open sea. 

Our Pontine Islands Flotilla is perfect for families, especially those travelling with younger children. Steeped in History, Myth and Legend, the Pontine Islands have remnants of ancient tunnel systems and grottos. Discover Ventotene – the birthplace of the Mermaid Myth – and the shipwrecks that are said to have found their watery resting place, at the hands of the Sirens. Or, enjoy family fun on Ischia, with a TukTuk (Ape/ micro-taxi) Tour of the Island, its phenomenal beaches, hiking routes and volcanic peaks. 

For Couples

Italy is – arguably – one of the most romantic countries in the world, and the Amalfi coast is absolutely one of the most romantic parts of Italy. If sharing incredible dining opportunities and fine wines is your love language, then our Procida Italian Cuisine Flotilla, which will take you to some of the finest locations for food and wine in the country (a foodie paradise), might be the perfect itinerary plan for you. 

Other locations included in our itineraries which make for the perfect for a romantic getaway, include:

  • Ischia Port (known for its romantic piano bars and nightlife)
  • Forio, (for dreamy Botanical gardens and thermal baths). 
  • Sailing across the Gulf Of Naples, taking in the views of the mainland as the ocean sparkles around you. 
  • Sorrento (an artist hotspot, known for spectacular views of the bay. Explore The Regina Giovanna for a romantic beach or find one of the many bars and restaurants with truly breath-taking views).
  • Capri – most will know to sail the north of the island, looking out for where to stop and explore the infamous Blue Caves – mainly the Grotta Azzurra and its cousin to the south, Grotta Verde- as well as beaches, such as Spiaggia di Marina Piccola and the spectacular Gardens of Augustus. 
  • Amalfi Coast – an instagram-approved hotspot for romance, here you will find postcard-worthy pebble beaches set before what appears (from the sea) a wall of buildings – colourful, climbing high above ocean level – also providing some incredible walks (bring sensible footwear!) and quaint eateries.

For a quieter – more quaint sailing experience, consider a bareboat charter around the Pontine Islands – which also sets sail from Procida and showcases the island’s ancient history and Italian charms.

For First-Time Sailors

If it’s your first time sailing from Procida or around the Gulf of Naples and Pontine Islands, we have a few must-see spots. 

  • Lingua Beach – close to the main port and a perfect place to begin and end your Procida sailing adventure. 
  • The mediaeval ruins and thermal baths on Ischia.
  • Ventotene for wreck diving and a truly authentic Italian island experience.
  • Palmarola sea stacks and caves – known as The Rifles and Cava Mazzella.
  • The Amalfi Coast is also a suitable stop for first-time sailors in this area, and with its famous beaches, view points, restaurants and heritage – it is a must-see destination. 

For Large Groups

There are many yachting options for larger groups when sailing from Procida, we recommend one of our Catamaran’s for larger groups who are after more deck-space for lounging.

Our Monohulls can provide more a thrilling sailing experience and very large groups can even travel in flotillas  from Procida.

Our flotillas mean that very large groups can have their own yacht space but also sail together and meet up in key locations – whether that is at sea, or on land. 

Our top spots to visit on your voyage, if a larger group, include: 

  • Ischia for nightlife and restaurants that can accommodate larger parties, 
  • Amalfi, for spectacular museums, galleries and gardens that are perfect for larger groups wanting to explore more Italian Culture and Heritage. 
  • Capri, for exploring the caves and gardens as well as bars and an evening buzz, perfect for anniversaries and larger parties who are celebrating.
What are the best things to do in Procida?


  • Lingua Beach: Begin your relaxation journey on Procida itself, enjoying the serene atmosphere and Mediterranean sun.
  • Amalfi Coast Beaches: Unwind on the beaches of the Amalfi Coast, enjoying the breathtaking scenery and family-friendly atmosphere.
  • Ventotene: Relax on the beaches of Ponza and Ventotene, enjoying the laid-back island vibes.
  • Marina Corricella: Explore this picturesque fishing village in Procida, with its colourful buildings and laid-back style.


  • Marina Corricella: Explore this charming fishing village with colourful buildings, creating a picturesque setting.
  • Terra Murata: Immerse yourself in history by wandering through narrow mediaeval alleys and exploring the island’s historic centre.
  • Ischia: Explore this romantic island, offering a unique blend of history, culture, and stunning landscapes.
  • Capri: Visit the Aragonese Castle and the thermal gardens of La Mortella.
  • Naples: Dive into the cultural hub of Naples, where historic sites like Castel dell’Ovo and the Naples National Archaeological Museum await exploration.

Eating and Drinking

Italian is one of the most popular cuisines in the world, and for good reason. 

Italian culture is so closely intertwined with food, families coming together annually to press the tomatoes for their sauce. Nonna’s passing down recipes lovingly from generation to generation. 

We offer several flotilla sailing yacht charters that follow itineraries which encompass the best spots for food and drink from Procida and Ponza.

We have listed a few of our absolute favourite spots below:

  • Procida: Terra Murata Wine Bar: For those looking for a combination of great food and local wines, Terra Murata Wine Bar is an excellent choice. 
  • Naples: For truly authentic Italian food, try out Cibi Cotti (Nonna’s Kitchen) food that will warm your heart and bellies.
  • Amalfi: Hostaria di Bacco gives diners a spectacular view of the ocean, from high up in the mountains. The food and wine selections are divine.

Underwater Adventures

  • Both Naples and Ventotene have incredible dive sites to offer – the sunken ships in both areas offer refuge to marine life around their wrecks.
  • Capri’s Blue Caves have been mentioned a lot – but that is for good reason, they are truly breathtaking. 
  • Sorrento also offers scuba and snorkelling hotspots off its jagged coastline.
  • Ponza: Visit the Grotte di Pilato, a network of sea caves.

History and Culture

Procida and the Pontine Islands with their rich history, offer various sites for exploring the cultural heritage of the region. Here are some of the best places for history and culture around the Pontine Islands:

  • Ventotene Roman Villa (Villa di Giulia Felice): Explore the well-preserved Roman villa on the island of Ventotene. The villa, believed to belong to Giulia Felice, provides insights into Roman architecture and lifestyle.
  • Ventotene Archaeological Museum: Located in the heart of Ventotene, this museum displays artifacts from the Roman period, offering a deeper understanding of the island’s historical significance.
  • Ponza Harbor and Historic District: Wander around Ponza’s lively harbour, surrounded by colourful buildings and traditional architecture. The historic district reflects the island’s maritime past and is a charming area for exploration.
  • Ponza Castle (Castello di Ponza): Perched on a hill overlooking the harbour, the castle provides panoramic views of Ponza. Originally built for defence, it offers a glimpse into the island’s mediaeval history.
  • Palmarola Archaeological Site: Palmarola, though sparsely inhabited, has archaeological sites that reveal evidence of ancient human presence. Explore the island’s less-known historical aspects.
  • Zannone Island: Although uninhabited today, Zannone has historical significance. The ruins of a Benedictine monastery and a Roman-era fishpond make it an interesting destination for history enthusiasts.
  • Grotte di Pilato (Pilate’s Caves) on Ponza: These sea caves are named after the legend that Pontius Pilate was exiled to Ponza. Explore the caves by boat to witness their natural beauty and learn about their historical associations.

When exploring these historical sites, consider guided tours or local insights to enhance your understanding of the cultural heritage of the Pontine Islands. Each island has its unique stories to tell, providing a fascinating journey through time.

When is the best time to visit Procida?

The best time to visit Procida is between May and September – when the weather is warm and the average wind speed rarely creeps above 3 knots. 

It is worth noting that toward the end of July and throughout August, the average temperature is 29°C – which may make some activities (hikes etc) difficult.

What are the Procida sailing conditions?

Our Procida yacht charters require level 2 or above experience from a sailor, which means the sailor will need at least 10 days or 200 miles as skipper on an equivalent size yacht. 

Mild and balmy summer breezes originating from the northwest typically range between 8 and 12 knots, with a shift towards southerly winds later in the afternoon. The tidal range remains below 0.5m, and the area experiences minimal tidal currents or wind-driven currents. 
For more information please look at our Procida Sailing Conditions.

How much does it cost to charter a yacht from Procida?

Our yacht charters from Procida start at £1,188, off peak and on a basic package. 

They can range higher as, like any holiday, the cost of chartering a yacht varies depending on the number of people, the yacht type, the time of year and more.

How much are the moorings fees in Procida?

The nightly cost for buoys is approximately EUR 50 and should be settled directly at each anchorage. 

Marina fees start at EUR 50 per night, varying up to EUR 250 per night, contingent on the season and boat size. For more information, check Procida Essential Information.

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