Sailing charter Flegrean Islands

Sailing charter Flegrean Islands

Sailitalia is your one-stop-solution for all your requirements or renting or chartering sailing boats or catamarans in the Gulf of Naples. Sailitalia is your best bet because it offers you a slew of sailing itineraries in the Gulf of Naples that include one or two-week holidays based on your preferences.  For all of its sailing charters in the Gulf of Naples, Sailitalia uses the beautiful town of Procida, as the launching point, from where you can set sail to see the wonderful group of Phlegrean Islands, not to speak of the beautiful Island of Capri, the busy Island of Ischia and the quaint, quiet and charming town of Procida. Created from years of lava eruptions from the powerful undersea volcano in the region, these Islands, thanks to Sailitila, offer a splendid view from the sailing boat or catamaran that you have hired for the voyage in the Gulf of Naples.  The vibrant sea life and the lush vegetation on the Islands is really a welcome sight. The breathtaking view of the sky, the transparent and clear waters of the ocean, the beauty of the rocks and the reefs strike you during your sailing holiday on-board Sailitalia’s lovely boats.  The landscape will mesmerize you and you will want to continue your voyage forever.         

Sailing in the Gulf of Naples

Procida is a beautiful and historic island, has the highest population density of all the Italian Islands and is the home of the main Sail Italia base. It is home to the colourful and picturesque bay of Marina di Coricella with its fishing boats and Mediterranean houses that makes it one of the most photographed and colourful spots in the world. Terra Murata is the oldest part of the island which is a particularly interesting place to explore by foot. The church and abbey of San Michele has a small but fascinating museum which is full of antique books, religious artefacts and nativity scenes. Procida has a very strong sailing tradition, the local cuisine is excellent and a series of roads enables visitors to visit even the most isolated places. Procida has many beautiful beaches including Chiaia, Chiaiolella and Pozzo Vecchio. Around the island there are many beautiful bays especially in the areas of Chiaia, Pozzo Vecchoa and the island of Vivara. Vivara Island is attached to Procida by a bridge and is a national park with many species of migratory birds. It is not possible to enter Vivara however it is pleasant to tour around by boat. The local cuisine is excellent with a large array of seafood, excellent local vegetables and fruit, wine and the famous liquor “limoncello” made from lemons that grow in abundance o the island. Locally reared rabbit is a Procidanian speciality and something to be tried. There are many restaurants along the main port, Marina Grande and also at Marina di Coricella which provides a truly picturesque dinner setting. There are also excellent restaurants along the beach shores.

Ischia is a large island of rich vegetation with an ever changing landscape. It is situated only 3 miles from our base in Procida. It is an extinct volcano and the promenade of Mt Epomeo offers spectacular views and excellent restaurants. There are many beautiful beaches and bays around Ischia and its principal attraction is the thermal springs. The many hot springs gushing out at high, medium and even cold temperatures are rich in minerals and for centuries have helped people with a variety of illnesses. There are many natural springs around the coast and also thermal gardens which have many different types of water therapy, swimming pools and beach access. The later usually have an entrance fee. Two of the most famous are Negombo in Lacco Ameno and Poseidon Garden in Forio. The natural spring of Marina di Sorgeto is very busy and located between Capo Negro and Punto dei Chiarito. The spring warms the cold sea during the winter season. There are 6 villages and towns on the island: Ischia (divided into Ischia Ponte and Ischia Porto), Barano d’Ischia, Casamicciola Terme, Forio, Lacco Ameno and Serrara Fontana which includes the beautiful small port town o Sant’Angelo. The main harbour of Ischia Porto is very busy and there are also large ports at Casamicciola and Forio. The small port of Sant’Angelo is by far the most picturesque and we recommend anchorage here. It is however difficult to find a place and it is much better to visit during the week instead of the week-end. It is possible to anchor outside Sant’Angelo on the east side in front of Spiaggia dei Maronti and on the west side in the Bay of Sorgeto where there is the thermal water meeting the sea. In between the beautiful Punta San Pancrazio and Ischia Ponte there are two wonderful restaurants that can only be reached by sea. There is a particularly beautiful beach on the north side at the bay of Cala di San Montano. At Lacco Ameno there is safe buoy anchorage. Ischia Porto has excellent restaurants and shopping as does Ischia Ponte. At Ischia Ponte there is the interesting Castello d’Ischia which is an Aragonese castle built in 1438 with origins dating back to 475BC. It is worth a visit to receive a historical account of the island and also for its truly stunning views of the island. There is good anchorage on the north and south sides of the castle and from here you can go by dinghy to Ischia Porto. There seems to be two faces to Ischia, the south is more green and wild whereas the north is more inhabited. For this reason the southern area has the most beautiful coastlines. Ischia cuisine is excellent with a wide selection of seafood and local wines.

Capri: The stunning island of Capri is surrounded by a deep sea due to the fracture which separated it (probably 10,000 years ago) from the peninsula of Sorrento. Capri is world famous and well loved for its cosmopolitan, exclusive feel. There are excellent restaurants and a large selection of prestige shopping. It is less than 20 miles from our base in Procida and lies to the south of Procida and Ischia. It is a good stop during a trip to or returning from the Sicilian islands. The main port is on the north side of the island and it is very difficult to find a place especially during the weekend and between June and September. Also note that it is very expensive. There is good anchorage on the south side at Marina Piccola. There is a lovely bay, good restaurants and a fantastic view of the huge rock formation “Faraglioni”. Capri has no sandy beaches and is really a spectacular island with its craggy rocks, caves and grottos. The sea is very deep so there is not a lot of places for safe anchorage however there is places before and after Punta Ventroso and around the west side of the Faraglioni between Marina Piccola and Punta Ventroso. For overnight anchorage we only recommend Marina Piccola. Capri has two main towns. The largest of these is Capri Town, which is located on the eastern half of the island and is where most of the island's hotels, restaurants and shops are to be found. The town's location offers spectacular views of the Gulf of Naples and the Sorrento Peninsula. From Capri, a short bus ride will transport you to the smaller town of AnaCapri, perched near Monte Solaro at an elevation of 300 metres. Piazza Umberto is Capri Town's main square and the island's heart. The square itself offers spectacular views of the island's cliffs and bright blue water of the Gulf of Naples. A number of narrow and winding alleys branch out from central square allowing you to explore more of this very picturesque town by foot. Another popular attraction is the magical Blue Grotto, an ocean cave located on the northwest side of the island. Light mysteriously enters the cave from below and illuminates the water contained therein. Visitors are amazed at the unique refraction of light that causes the water in the grotto to glow a brilliant deep, bright blue - the whole cave is illuminated in an ethereal blue neon light. To reach the cave you may purchase a ticket at Marina Grande for a 90 minute boat ride around Capri to the grotto. Upon arrival you will be transferred to a smaller boat and rowed by a guide through the cave. Also worth visiting is Vill Jovis, ruins of Capri's largest and most luxurious imperial Roman villa. It is located on a beautiful cliff on top of Mount Tiberio, about 1,200 feet above sea level.

Sorrento Coast Along the coast to Sorrento from Capri there are a lot of beautiful bays, traditional restaurants and places of interest. There are many restrictions so always check with local authorities. The Marina della Lobra or the Sorrento main harbour are good places to take the train to Pompei. Pompeii is one of the world’s most important archaeological sites and a day trip there is highly recommended. It was a thriving city until it was destroyed by the eruption of the volcano of Vesuvius in 79 A.D which left it as a city literally frozen in time.


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You have probably never heard of Procida, which is not surprising as the island has always shied away from the mass tourism that attracts the neighbouring islands of Ischia and Capri. However, Procida is a small and charming island and is home to our main base. This island is characterized by the presence of places of a diverse and endless beauty, from the ancient charm of the village of Terra Murata to the mixed colored houses of the Marina Corricella. Discover the powerful nature and wild island of Vivara to the alluring valley of Pozzo Vecchio. An island with amazing beauty, which is appreciated for it’s excellent local and varied cuisine.

Our base of Procida is the perfect starting point to reach the Pontine Islands, the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento, or for a voyage to the islands of Sicily. Procida with the uninhabited island of Vivara, Ischia, and Capri, is part of plegran islands. All the islands have an enchanting marine life. Ischia is particularly renowned for its thermal baths and for its flourishing vegetation.

Charter area:
Amalfi Coast: Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Maiori and Minori
Pontine Islands: Ponza, Ventotene, Palmarola, Gavi, Zannone, Santo Stefano
Phlegrean Islands: Procida, Ischia, Capri


Business hours: Our base is open all year round. During the main season (April - October) our office hours are Monday - Friday 09:00 - 13:00 and 15:00 - 19:00 and Saturday 09:00 until the arrival of the last client. The hours may alter slightly during the Winter months. The office is closed Sundays, however our base manager can be contacted around the clock.

Location and access:
The Island of Procida is 25km from Naples. From the main Port of Naples (Molo Beverello) or the Port of Pozzuoli, you will find regular ferry or hydrofoil services to Procida. The journey time by ferry to Procida will take up to one hour and by hydrofoil about 35 minutes. The Sail Italia Base is located along the marina not far from where the ferries and hydrofoils arrive. As you leave the ferry/hydrofoil, you should turn to the left and walk along the marina. Once you have passed the church you will find our office on the right, about 20 metres further along.

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