Ferry tickets include one carry-on bag that weighs up to 10 kilograms. You can bring an unlimited number of additional bags but must pay a supplement of EUR 2 per bag.
Yes, you can bring a bike on the ferrybut must pay a supplement of EUR 6.
Your ticket is only good for the ferry you booked, but you can request a change by contacting the Traghetti Lines customer service line at +39 0565 912191 (open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) or sending a Whatsapp message to +39 324 863 7973.
Schedules may change (especially in low season), so don't book your ferry ticket more than a couple of weeks before your travel dates to avoid having to reschedule your departure.
The two ports are about 200 meters apart. Once you disembark from your cruise ship, head left (with the sea behind you) towards the Maschio Angioino castle and walk about 3 minutes.
Yes, if there is still availability you can purchase ferry tickets from the ticket office at the dock until just a few minutes before departure.
Yes, the ticket office accepts credit and debit cards.
If you click the “book now” button and fill in the dates you want, you can check all the updated departure times. There are usually additional ferry departures scheduled during the busy summer months.
It may mean that there is no availability for that ferry on that date or that you can't book that particular ferry online. Not all ferry companies offer online booking.
Yes, routes from Naples and Pozzuoli depart all year.
Ferry routes may be suspended in case of high winds or rough seas. This happens most often in the winter months and only very rarely in summer.
Yes, for groups of 20 passengers or more, there are discounted ferry tickets. Contact the ferry company directly for additional information.
The last ferries depart from Naples for Procida between 9 and 10 p.m. in the summer, so if you are arriving later than that you will have to book a private boat transfer.
There are a number of guarded, pay parking areas near the ports where you can leave your car before taking the ferry to Procida.
During the high season months from April through September, vehicles (cars, motorcycles, and campers) are usually not allowed on the island to avoid damaging the delicate ecosystem.
At the very least, it will take about an hour to get from the airport to the ferry port, if you don't hit traffic or other delays. To be safe, consider about 1.5 to 2 hours, especially during rush hour.
It takes about 3 to 4 hours to reach Procida from Rome, so we do not recommend attempting a day trip to the island.
There is no direct route, so the easiest alternative is to take the ferry from Capri to Naples and then connect to a ferry for Procida.
The best way to get around the island by far is a rental scooter, especially if you are visiting Procida as a couple. You can avoid the crowded public transportation and get explore the island independently at your own pace, stopping to visit the sights and beaches that interest you. There are a handful of scooter rental agencies located in Marina Grande and they generally do not need to be booked in advance.