I’m locked down due to the pandemic, and it looks like travel is going to be out of the question for quite awhile. I’m taking some time to go through some photos from past trips that never made it onto the blog.
In the summer of 2019, I spent three nights on the island of Procida, which is located off the coast of Naples, Italy. Procida doesn’t seem to be as popular as some of the other islands like Capri and Ischia, but I found it to be a wonderful place to spend a few days. I was really excited about the fisherman’s village known as Coricella, where brightly colored houses meet the water and boats anchor offshore. My wife and I stayed at one end of Coricella in one of the few hotels on the island.
One afternoon, I climbed up a hill with a nice view of the harbor below. Flowers were blooming along the cliff, and it made for a wonderful view.
Although it was incredibly hot on Procida, I really enjoyed the island and the photographic opportunities. If you’re in the area, check it out!