Anacapri

Anacapri

Anacapri is one of only two towns that make up the island. It sits on the highest points and is less frequented by visitors. This area is known as a more relaxed section and a bit less glamorous. I love it personally. I love the fewer hordes of tourists and the quieter nature of it. […]

Capri Beach Clubs

Best Capri Beach Clubs

This is one of my favorite things to do in Capri! I visited Da’ Luigi ai Faraglioni for the day; it was one of the most relaxing and enjoyable experiences I have ever had. I highly recommend choosing one or a few of them during your time on the island. Da’ Luigi ai Faraglioni Sunbathe […]

Blue Grotto /  Grotta Azzurra

Blue Grotto / Grotta Azzurra

If you have heard about Capri, then you have heard of the Blue Grotto. This one attraction is sometimes the only thing visitors see when day-tripping to the island. Experience the wonder of the Blue Grotto by boarding a small wooden rowboat and being guided by an able skipper through a tiny stone portal to […]

Certosa di San Giacomo / St. James Charterhouse

Certosa di San Giacomo / St. James Charterhouse

This Carthusian monastery was founded in 1363 by Giacomo Arcucci and is used as a museum and for cultural events. The charterhouse has three main areas; the pharmacy and women’s church, guest area, and buildings for monks. In the 17th century, the island of Capri was devasted by a deadly plague. Out of 755 locals, […]

Chiesa Monumentale di S. Michele

Chiesa Monumentale di S. Michele

If you’re looking for a hidden gem to explore in Anacapri, the Church of San Michele is a must-see! Built-in 1719, it’s a prime example of the Neapolitan school’s 18th-century architecture. The church’s most impressive feature is the maiolica tile floor, designed by Leonardo Chiaiese, depicting Archangel Michael expelling Adam and Eve from the Garden […]

Faraglioni

Faraglioni Capri Italy

No doubt you have seen in any photos of Capri, the large rock formations that sit near the coastline of the island. May I present, the famous, Faraglioni. Legend has it… According to local lore, the Faraglioni, Capri rock formations derive their name from the ancient Greek word ‘phraos’ meaning ‘lighthouse.’ This is because they […]

Giardini di Augusto / Gardens of Augustus

Giardini di Augusto / Gardens of Augustus

I was unable to make it here but have it on the list for next time! The History of the Gardens of Augustus The botanical gardens hold a fascinating history that can be traced back to the early 1900s. These gardens were established by a prominent German industrialist named Friedrich Alfred Krupp. Krupp had a […]

Marina Piccola / Small Marina

Marina Piccola / Small Marina Capri Italy

It is said that this is the place where Ulysses was seduced by the sirens (mermaids). To get to Marina Piccola, you can take a bus from Piazzetta or walk along Via Roma to Due Golfi and then descend the stairs on Via Mulo. The walk is enjoyable and takes only about 15 minutes. At […]

Monte Solaro

Monte Solaro

Capri has established itself as a luxurious destination filled with yachts, adorned by famous personalities such as Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Kourtney Kardashian, and Hugh Jackman. Its striking rocky coastline stands out against the crystal-clear blue waters. The Blue Grotto, a cave with glowing blue waters, is the most popular attraction. However, the unique lift […]

Other Places of Interest

Things to do in Capri Italy

There is never enough time to do everything you want to do so here are a few things that I didn’t get to do but will on my next trip to Capri: Grotta di Matermania This limestone cave is on the island’s southeast side and was used by the Romans as a Nymphaeum. Not sure […]

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