Boasting more colours than an artist's palette, Procida radiates like a retro postcard. The Bay of Naples's smallest island – you can walk from end to end in an hour – is also its best-kept secret. Zoom over for an afternoon and explore its pastel-coloured streets, discover its heritage and taste limoncello in a lemon garden.
After crossing over by hydrofoil, kick off with a guided tour. Once you've got the lie of the land, we'll stop at Terra Murata, an elevated headland that's home to the San Michele Abbey. We'll visit the honey-hued church and a museum dedicated to the island's dramatic Easter processions – famed for the penitents in Handmaid's Tale-style robes. See how locals have for centuries re-enacted the Stations of the Cross.
Next up is the lemon garden visit for a limoncello tasting – Procida's is highly regarded throughout Italy. Rounding off the trip is free time to find your inner compass around the kaleidoscope-coloured fishing village of La Corricella.