The Isle of Capri is a place well known among the Italian summer resorts. As an integral part of the province of Naples, Capri is divided into two common morphological characteristics. The area of Anacapri is composed of a plateau and is one of the largest towns on the island. The rest of the landscape consists of several peaks in height between 300 and 500 meters. The coastline is jagged and the environment and is a mixture of coves and bays that alternate with long cliffs.
The most visited place to spend a day at the beach is the beach of Marina Piccola. The advantage of being in the island of Capri is its modest size that can easily reach any place, either by bus or on foot. Another place to visit is the location of the Faraglioni, the two characteristic rocks, which is the symbol of Capri.
The beaches of Capri are all of the rocky nature, so they are formed of cobblestones or rocky terraces. The beach at Bagni di Tiberio is the birthplace of the villa of the same name. In the area of Anacapri, you can enjoy the beach Lighthouse and the point remains lit more time on the island, due to its location in the south-west. The spectacular Blue Grotto is reserved for those who want to venture by boat into turquoise waters.
Capri is full of interesting places, which combine perfectly with the culture of island. During the day, if you prefer a more quiet time than a morning excursion to the caves, you can relax in the Piazzetta of Capri, sitting in a bar enjoying and enjoying a typical Neapolitan coffee. Anacapri is also known for its historic center, formed by the streets that connect the city to any point on the island.
Buildings like the Villa Jovis, which overlooks the sea and the gardens of Augustus, shows the historic charm of the island. The Certosa di San Giacomo, of medieval origin, is an example of art and aesthetics. Another place to visit is the Villa San Michele, where you can admire the statue of the Egyptian Sphinx which looks towards the sea.