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Is there anywhere on earth that conjures up such a picture of quintessential glamour as the Island of Capri? Of course it helps that the island is picture-postcard beautiful, with sheer limestone cliffs, rocky outcrops and steep hills that rise up out of impossibly blue water coming into view as you approach the Island. 

Once you step ashore, you’ll be seduced by the microcosm of Mediterranean appeal including smart cafes, elegant piazzas, chi chi boutiques, Roman ruins and rugged seascapes, that has been attracting sophisticated visitors for generations. With views out over the Bay of Naples and Sorrento, Capri Town and Anacapri are both awash with fashionable shops and restaurants, but an exploration of the hiking trails of the surrounding area and the often overlooked western coast reveals a landscape of unspoiled rural charm. 

The Grotta Azzurra may be Capri’s most famous and most tourist-ridden sight, but be sure not to miss it the memory of the delicate blue light is something that will linger long after you return home. The ruins of Villa Jovius, retirement home to Tiberius, are another must-see. Tacitus and Suetonius wrote of the scandalous goings-on here.

Back in Capri Town, the cafes of Piazza Umberto are the places to see and be seen, or perhaps just to sit back and watch this world of chic pass you by. Marina Grande is where all the watersports action happens and from where diving trips can be arranged.



  • 300 berths at Marina Grande. The best anchorage is at Marina Piccola on the south side of the island. Dinghy dockage is available.

To Do:

  • Visit the Grotta Azzurra – the Blue Grotto
  • Get dressed up and hang out with the VIPs


  • Fuel
  • Water
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Provisions
  • ATM