Despite its limited dimension the lovely island of Capri, in the southern region of Campania, catches the eye of people all around the world. You will arrive to the Marina Grande where you can take a funicular up to the Town of Capri, where are located hotels, restaurants and shops. You should visit the Piazza Umberto I also known as La Piazzetta which is considerate the social core of the island. The gorgeous botanic Gardens of Augustus, will leave you breathless, just relax and admire the panorama, don’t forget to take a look to the seaside to the well-known Faraglioni Islands, huge rock peaks emerging from the water, particularly known also because they were the original habitat of a rare blue lizard. From the gardens you can take the particular Via Krupp, built at the beginning of the Twentieth century for want of a German benefactor, this twisted street leads directly to Marina Piccola; due to the danger of falling rocks it may happen for the street to be closed. Furthermore, from the Belvedere di Tragara (Tragara Overlook) you will enjoy a close-up of the Faraglioni Rocks and an amazing view of Marina Piccola.
Villa Jovis, residence of the roman emperor Tiberius, is reachable by hiking in less than one hour: it’s the oldest but best preserved roman villa in the island, nearby is also the Salto di Tiberio.
If you are going to be in the Island just for one day you will enjoy a visit to the Blue Grotto, discovered in 1826 is the most famous cave, many believes that once there was connected to Tiberius place with a secret passage. Nearby the Grotto you can also take the Fortini Trails, a path between sea and rocks that links together three ancient forts.
From the town of Anacapri, the only other town of the island, you get to the Villa san Michele, a mansion once belonged to the Swedish Dr. Axel Munthe, the stunning view is enriched by Roman statues and by its gardens. From Anacapri you can take the chairlift up to the Mount Solaro for a stunning view from the top of the island.