Capri is a small island located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the Sorrentine Peninsula, south of Naples, Italy. It's known for its stunning natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and rugged coastline. With its luxurious villas, chic boutiques, and stunning scenery, Capri has been a favorite destination for celebrities and high-end travelers for many years.

If you're planning a visit to Capri, there are many things to see and do. You can explore the island's historic landmarks, hike its trails, relax on its beaches, or shop in its fashionable boutiques. For more information on what to do on the island, you can visit the official tourism website of Capri at

Highlights of Capri:

  1. Blue Grotto - a sea cave known for its brilliant blue color when the sunlight passes through the water.
  2. Villa San Michele - a museum with breathtaking views, gardens, and ancient artifacts.
  3. Piazza Umberto I - a lively square in the heart of Capri town with cafes, restaurants, and shops.
  4. Monte Solaro - the highest point on the island with stunning views and hiking trails.
  5. Faraglioni - three rock formations rising out of the sea near the southern coast of Capri.

Directions to Capri:

By car: From Naples, you can drive to the port of Sorrento and take a ferry or hydrofoil to Capri. There is no direct road access to the island.

By plane: The closest airport to Capri is Naples International Airport. From there, you can take a taxi or shuttle to the port of Naples and then take a ferry or hydrofoil to Capri. Alternatively, you can take a private helicopter transfer directly from the airport to Capri.