Ferries and hydrofoils to Procida take visitors to discover an island that has grown a lot in tourism over the last 25 years. Cinema has played an important role in this growth: we refer to the film "Il Postino di Neruda" starring Massimo Troisi and directed by Michael Radford. Then there's the charm of the place: colored houses, arches, superfetations, narrow alleys, stairs and continuous ups and downs constitute, in fact, the aesthetic figure of the island.
Do not miss a visit to Corricella, the oldest village in Procida. Mainly inhabited by fishermen, this village is the quintessence of Mediterranean architecture and its particularity has certainly not gone unnoticed. Suffice it to say that multinationals such as Apple and Microsoft have used the pastel colors of Corricella houses to promote their respective products.
A zero-cost advertising which the island has certainly benefited from without losing its identity (also Marina Grande and Chiaiolella are worth seeing). Finally, there are other ways to discover the identity of Procida, such as folklore (don't miss the Good Friday procession) and gastronomy.