Capri is an island located in the Gulf of Naples and facing the Sorrentine Peninsula.
It has always been considered one of the most evocative and chic tourist destinations in Campania but also one of the symbols of Italy in the world.
The Faraglioni are the absolute symbol of Capri, three imposing rocks that emerge from the sea; located in the bay of Marina Piccola, the best way to admire them is by a boat ride, passing near the “faraglione di mezzo” for spectacular shots.
The center of the island is definitely La Piazzetta di Capri, a meeting place for the international jet set, worldly heart and landmark for aperitifs and coffee. The symbol of the square is certainly the clock tower.
The Blue Grotto is the most famous attraction on the island, a magical place that has fascinated visitors since the time of Tiberius. The visit takes place on characteristic rowing boats, the entrance is extremely narrow and you have to lie down on the bottom of the boat to enter.The turquoise color of the cave is due to a reflection of sunlight.
Capri is sea, culture but also shopping: elegant boutiques and artisan shops mix together along the characteristic alleys.