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Surely you have ever wanted to be in a wonderful oasis where you can relax just by looking around you. The time has come to fulfil your wishes, Holidu transports you to Capri, Italy, an island in the Bay of Naples, famous for its rugged landscape and exclusive commerce, from designer fashion to limoncello and sandals made of leather by hand. One of its best known natural sites is the Blue Grotto, a dark cavern where the sea shines an electric blue colour, the product of the passage of sunlight through an underwater cave. In the summer, the spectacular coastline covered with inlets of Capri attracts many yachts.Luxurious villas with terraces and pools
The villas in Capri are in the middle of the ocean where you can relax and spend days of total calm having the sea as a witness of your adventures. The designs that you will see are in complete harmony with the nature that surrounds them, that is, you will be able to observe how the villas emerge from the island and mix with the blue of the sea and the green of the trees. The best thing about spending holidays on this island is that you have the amenities you don’t have in the city such as a jacuzzi, terrace, swimming pool and majestic gardens. You can also evaluate which size you should choose because you will find large, medium and small villas. Go ahead and live a fully relaxing holiday! Ready to have the best holiday of your life?
Travellers and activities
At this destination you can spend the best holidays with your family. Do not miss going around Capri by boat, the tour lasts about 2 hours and is one of the most recommended activities in Capri. Boats leave from Marina Grande, where ferries arrive from Naples. It is better to book before. On this tour, you will see Capri, its bays and caves from the sea. And obviously its famous Faraglioni, the rocks that protrude from the sea and with peculiar shapes. Almost all tours include a stop at the famous Grotta Azzurra, Capri's symbolic sea cave. Please note that the entrance ticket to the cave is not included.Capri for all ages
Go to Piazza Umberto I, the fashionable heart of Capri, known worldwide as the “Piazzetta”. Here you can have a coffee, talk, enjoy the view from the terrace and maybe meet some VIP character. Until the last century, the square of Capri housed the market stalls, while today it is the symbol of the “Dolce Vita” of Capri and the tables of its bars mix with the world jet set and tourists from all over the world.
The city has been inhabited since ancient times. Evidence of human settlements was discovered in Roman times; According to Suetonius, when the foundations of the town of Augustus were excavated, giant bones and stone weapons were discovered.
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This is one of the most magical places in Capri. The water in this sea cave, 25 meters wide and 60 metres deep, is such a vivid blue that it seems fake. Be careful when entering, as the cave is only 1 meter high, so you will have to duck in the boat. To get there by taxi you will have to go to the town of Anacapri by bus. From there you will take another bus to Grotta Azzurra. And it was time to get on the little boat for a magical tour of the cave.2. Climb Mount Solaro by Chairlift
The climb to Mount Solaro is made up of 589 metres, from where there are some of the best views of Capri even from ‘Faraglioni. The tour lasts 12 minutes, yes, it is very short but in those 12 minutes, you will feel that you are flying.3. The historic centre of Capri is a must-see
The historic centre of Capri is an essential stop, it is beautiful and ultra-chic. To get here from Marina Grande it is best to take the funicular. Capri's famous Piazza Umberto I or “Piazzetta” is the centre of the island, always lively and full of people. Here you will see the Clock Tower, the Church of San Stefano and many exclusive restaurants and boutiques. Stroll along the main roads where you will see the famous streets of Via Vittorio Emanuelle, Via Croce and Camelle.4. Walk around the island and enjoy its beautiful landscapes
From the centre of Capri you can take a few walks to beautiful places on the island. One of them is the Giardini di Augusto, from where you have the famous panoramic view over the cliff and its Faraglioni, and from to Via Krupp, an ancient Roman road that zigzags down the slope. If you prefer to continue walking you can reach Villa Jovis, a Roman villa that belonged to Tiberio from where there are spectacular views and before arriving there is the Astarita Park. On the way down there are signs of an Arco Naturale, an interesting rock arch.5. Visit the Charterhouse of San Giacomo
This is the oldest monastery in Capri, built-in 1371 at the will of Count Giacomo Arcucci on land donated by Queen Giovanna I D ' Angiò, the monastery houses the museum dedicated to the German painter Karl Diefenbach. You certainly cannot miss this historical bastion6. Go to the wonderful Villa Jovis
This villa dedicated to Jupiter by the Roman Emperor Tiberius, is one of the best-preserved examples of Roman architecture in the Mediterranean. It is not the only residence that the Emperor had built-in Capri, but it certainly represents one of the grandest: it is a building that spans 7 square kilometres on the far eastern promontory of Capri. You can visit the remains, in the centre there are large cisterns for collecting rainwater and around it, there are a series of rooms that were divided between those reserved for the emperor and those for collaborators, slaves and the throne room. The remains of the Villa were looted in Bourbon times, but the villa was recovered in 1932 thanks to the intervention of Amedeo Maiuri, at that time director of the Naples Archaeological Museum.7. The beaches of Capri are an intense shade of blue
You can reach the beaches of Capri in a few minutes from the port. On the opposite side of the island, you will also find the shores of Marina Piccola, which can be reached by walking through the centre or by bus. Here, too, there are two free beaches and several equipped facilities, it is one of the most visited areas of Capri. If you are one of those who love breathtaking sunsets, you cannot miss a swim in the Faro area: here the sun sinks into the sea in an environment of rare beauty. There are free areas and private beaches and you can get to the beach by bus or with a walk of about an hour from the centre of Anacapri.