Capri Tours from Naples with private boat


Capri is a paradise and glamorous island in the south of Italy in the region of Campania. Famous for its coastline, landscape, luxurious shopping experiences and especially 1 of its most famous sites, being Blue Grotto (where its water screams glowing blue as sunlight penetrates its underwater cave) – it is well known for drawing multitudes of visitors including private yachts. It is located in the Gulf of Naples with a wonderful view on the Mount Vesuvius and right in front of another gem of Italian landscape: Sorrento Peninsula and Amalfi Coast.


Capri Private Boat Tours: the best of Capri coastline


That being said, some of the splendid spots of Capri that you can expect to see are the main attractions of the island such as the Marina Piccola (the little and quiet island harbour), the Belvedere of Tragara (a highly located scenic view filled with villas), the famous limestone-based crags known as the Faraglioni, above-mentioned Blue Grotto, just to mention some of the treasures on Capri.

All these amazing spots are located and visible on Capri’s coastline, which is the reason why the best way to explore the island is a Capri boat tour!

During our tour you will also be able to stop and have a walk in the town, discover other magical walking attractions such as La Piazzetta (the main Capri’s square), Marina Grande, the shopping area, the town of Anacapri and the historical villa ruins dating all the way back to the era of the Roman Empire.


Discover the glamour of a Capri Luxury Boat Tour


Capri is also well-known for luxury shopping: don’t forget to get your own souvenirs such as a pair of Capri hand-made sandals, jewellery, or a bottle of authentic Limoncello.


It is a site known not only to foreign but local visitors as well. Since becoming a popular resort in the 1950s, it has since been heavily stormed by visitors exploring the island, home to above-referenced sites and native organisms – from the likes of woodcocks, geckos, red goldfish down to the blue lizard of the Faraglioni.

Last but not least, it has a staggering number of 12 churches, 7 museums, and many monuments despite its size spanning 10.4 km2 (4.0 sq mi).

Once having landed nearby (via plane, or land transport), one can get to Capri via water ways from Naples. Going from Naples would be via the port of Mergellina. The most comfortable way to reach the island is by our Capri Private Boat Transfer from Naples.

On the other hand, if you’re wanting a hassle-free, planned itinerary – do find out more on the Capri private boat tours that we offer as well. Simply head on to Capri boat tour!