I would recommend staying a couple of days on Capri rather than just a day trip. The city is magical once the ferry leaves and the day trippers are gone. You can hike, take small boat excursions around the island..it will take you 4 hours! The museum and art gallery will take your breath away as will the...more
You always hear about the Blue Grotto but depending on the weather you may or may not be able to get to it. But do not miss the other two grottos. The Green Grotto was my favorite. Our guide was able to take us right into the grotto where it looked as if we were in a sea of Emeralds....more
This is the hotel President Kennedy and First Lady Jackie stayed in as well as numerous international celebrities over the years. Though out of my price range it is worth going to have a cocktail and people watch.
This is one of two main streets in Capri. This is shopper heaven! All the luxury shops are along this street. The windows alone are little art vignettes. You will see everything from day trippers to celebrities.
Splurge just a little and take a private small boat and tour the island from a different perspective. This rock formation is the signature landmark of Capri. To spend a couple of hours on the water with the sun's reflection bouncing off the island surrounds you with the warmth that is Italy....more
Carthusian Monastery Just as Villa Jovis from the height of Mount Tiberius expresses and sums up Capri's imperial period, the Certosa, sunk with its extended buildings within the narrow valley between the Castiglione and the Tuoro hills, expresses the mediaeval and monastic period of...more
This is the main piazza in Capri. As you get off the funiculare you enter the piazza. There are 3 cafes where everyone sits and watches the new arrivals. It is a people watchers dream. Around 4:30 in the afternoon you can watch all the tourists leave on the last ferry out. Then Capri becomes yours....more
It is a beautiful boutique hotel with wonderful views and an incredible staff. The location is perfect for staying on Capri. Walking distance to shops and restaurants. Breakfast is included and they treat you like special family. They will help you organize any event or excursion you want....more
You enter and leave Capri from the Marina Grande. Ferries and fast boats come from Naples, Sorrento, and the Amalfi Coast. You may take day trips or stay for a while as they arrive everyday. The Marina is full of action but does not give you the beauty you will see once you ascend by Funoculare up to the...more