About Capri

Capri is famed for its rugged landscape, upscale hotels, and shopping, from designer fashions to limoncello and handmade leather sandals. One of its best-known natural sites is the Blue Grotto, a dark cavern where the sea glows electric blue, the result of sunlight passing through an underwater cave. In summer, Capri's dramatic, cove-studded coastline draws many yachts. Between Capri's rocky coves, there are a handful of small but popular beaches, such as Bagni di Tiberio and Marina Piccola. The latter is set between jagged lava rocks and has views of the iconic Faraglioni rock formations. The main town, also called Capri, is reached via funicular up a steep hill. It’s here that most of the isle’s luxurious hotels, nightspots, and restaurants reside, making it popular with international celebrities. Across the island and even higher up, the quaint town of Anacapri is where sightseers can catch a chairlift to the peak of 589m-high Monte Solaro.
Blue Grotto

The Blue Grotto or the Grotta Azzurra is a sea cave on the coast of the island of Capri. Sunlight passing through an underwater cavity and shining through the seawater creates a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. The blue grotto is a natural sea cave that is roughly 60 feet deep, 180 feet long, and 75 feet wide.

Faraglioni is Capri's most iconic sight with three towering rock formations that jut out from the Mediterranean just off the island's coast. A snapshot with this breathtaking group of sea stacks in the background is a must for all visitors to Capri. The Faraglioni rock formations of Capri tower an average of 100 meters above the surface of the sea.
Villa San Michele

Villa San Michele is the life's work at Capri of the Swedish physician and author Axel Munthe. It is surrounded by an impressive garden, which recently won the price as Italy’s most beautiful private park. Behind the villa is Barbarossa mountain that Axel Munthe turned into a sanctuary for migratory birds. Villa San Michele houses an important art collection of Roman, Etruscan, and Egyptian origin.
Monte Solaro

Monte Solaro is a mountain on the island of Capri and the highest point of Capri. It offers a beautiful panoramic view of the island that extends across the whole of the island of Capri, the surrounding Bay of Naples, the Amalfi Coast, and as far as the distant mountains of Calabria. The mountain is visited by many species of birds, including peregrine falcons.
Arco Naturale

Arco Naturale is a natural arch on the east coast of the island of Capri dating from the Paleolithic age and is the remains of a collapsed grotto. The arch spans 12 m at a height of 18 m above ground and consists of limestone forming a bridge between two pillars of rock. There are a number of scenic overlooks that let you enjoy the view from directly under the stone formation or you can enjoy views of the Natural Arch from the sea.
Punta Carena Lighthouse

Punta Carena Lighthouse is an active lighthouse located on the island of Capri on the head of the same name. The lighthouse has been active since 1867. It consists of an octagonal prism brick tower with a lantern and gallery, above a two-story building.
Phoenician Steps

The Phoenician Steps of Capri are a long and steep stone stairway that unites the population center of Capri with that of Anacapri. The stairway was made probably by ancient Greek colonists, however, rather than by Phoenicians.
Grotta delle Felci

Grotta delle Felci is a cave located on the island of Capri. The cave housed Neolithic men; 549 archaeological findings and fossils have been found internally.
Piazza Umberto

Piazza Umberto is the most famous square on the island of Capri and is considered the center of the town. The main element of the square is the clock tower, which is very often associated with the island of Capri and there are many inscriptions in the square. The piazza is packed with celebrities and provides the perfect hunting ground for camera-clicking paparazzi, eager to capture images of the rich and famous, and holidaymakers hoping to brush shoulders with their favorite Hollywood star.
Gardens of Augustus

Gardens of Augustus originally known by the name of Krupp Gardens are botanical gardens on the island of Capri. The gardens, designed in terraces overlooking the sea, can be considered a testament to the rich flora of the island of Capri, with various ornamental plants and flowers such as geraniums, dahlias, and brooms. From the Gardens of Augustus, you can get a 180° panoramic of the island of Capri as you can see Mount Solaro, the bay of Marina Piccola, and the Faraglioni.
Best Time To Visit Capri

The best time to visit Capri is from April to June and from September to October.

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