The English Guideline To Capri
Let’s start with what you should see in Capri. Apart from the celebrated Faraglioni, there is still a lot more to see!
Augustus Gardens in Capri
The Augustus Gardens (Giardini d’Augusto) in Capri City for example. The gardens offer probably the most scenic places on the island and so are a must-see to any first-time visitor. In a certain direction you can observe the popular Faraglioni rocks, the symbol of Capri. Walking over the gardens you will discover another outstanding view, Marina Piccola where plenty of yachts gather to enjoy the crystal Capri’s water.
You can even see the gardens themselves which are filled with colorful and fresh new Mediterranean flowers.
Capri lists many incredible resorts, apartments, holiday houses, bed & breakfast and villas. You just need to opt your solution among the many variaty of accommodation on disposal.
In choosing the best accommodation for you, consider how much you would like to spend and where would you like to be on the island.
What to see in Capri
From the Blue Grotto to the Faraglioni and everything among there is so much to see on the island! And if you don’t want to miss anything you can always book a tour of the island by sea.
Do not miss to visit Monte Solaro, the highest point of the island, Villa San Michele with its beautiful gardens and Via Krupp, which zigzags its way to Marina Piccola.
Things you can do in Capri
There’s so much to accomplish in Capri whether if you’re just staying for a day or for a longer time.
You should definitely book a boat tour to see Capri’s most treasured natural wonders such as Grotta Verde, Grotta Azzurra, the Faraglioni and the Arco Naturale.
Do not miss the experience of taking a lift to Monte Solaro and see the Punta Carena Lighthouse.
To conclude your holiday, spend an evening at La Canzone del Mare, a wonderful symbol of the island’s soul.