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Ischia and Procida in one day from Sorrento - possible? good idea?

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I'd like to visit both Procida and Ischia from Sorrento (in July 2014). It looks like I'd need to take a ferry to Naples and change to get to either of them (no direct ferries from Sorrento to either?). Are the ferry schedules frequent enough to make this possible? None of the links to the ferries that I tried have summer schedules up at the moment.

How much time is reasonable to have a pleasant visit to either island? Obviously you cannot 'see everything' in a day. We tend to like climbing up to castles both for the castle experience itself and for the views. On Ischia we would only do Porto/Ponte/Castello and not try to go anywhere else on the island. Same with Procida - just the port/town/castle.

What do you think?

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