Capri Town of Amalfi Coast

Direct ferries to Capri leave daily from Amalfi, Positano and Salerno. Ferries from Naples to Capri leave from two ports.

Morro Beverello and Calata Porta di Massa. There is also a high speed ferry. The fare is a little higher, but the travel time can be shortened.

  • Once you arrive at the Marina Grande, you can purchase a ticket to ride the cable car to Piazzetta in the town of Capri above the marina. It takes just a few minutes and costs €4.
  • If you’ve traveled to Capri on the local ferry, it’s worth jumping back on the boat to see the island’s beautiful coastline. Many of Capri’s top attractions are best reached by boat.
  • Anacapri is Capri Town’s sleepy little sister, with a small-town vibe that’s a far cry from Capri Town’s glitzy boutiques.
  • Take time to explore Anacapri’s whitewashed streets and be sure to check out some of Capri’s top attractions.
  • House of writer Axel Munthe, Villa San Michele, Church of San Michele and “Red House”.
  • See the island from a different angle on a Kayak tour along the coast of Capri.
  • For an active day on Capri, buy your tickets in advance for this tour and enjoy a kayak visit to the beautiful Cala Ventroso Beach and Green Caves. If you want more, head to the designer shops in the city of Capri. There you will find YSL, Gucci, Versace and many other luxury brands. Most of Capri’s designer shops are located on Via Camerelle.
  • One of his top places to visit in Capri is the beautifully landscaped Augusto Gardens, even if you only stay there for one day.
  • The picturesque terraced gardens offer stunning views of the marina and the Faraglioni Rocks. But what struck me most was the stomach-churning views from the dizzying heights of Kruppstrasse.
  • Kruppstrasse is a road made up of tense curves and turns. He was built in the 20th century to connect the Augustus Gardens area and Marina Piccola.
  • Another fun activity on Capri, stand-up paddleboarding offers a different perspective of your destination.
  • Accompanied by a local guide, this eco-friendly tour takes you to Cala Ventroso Beach and its green caves, which are inaccessible by boat.
  • A must-do on Capri is the chairlift up to Monte Solaro, the island’s highest point. The ride is 12 minutes and offers stunning panoramic views of Anacapri.
  • The return fare is €12.
  • For a first-class experience in Capri, book a tour in a vintage Italian convertible that is sure to grab attention and serve as the ultimate photo prop.
  • This Capri tour allows you to explore the island at your own pace with a private driver. Visit Capri’s most beautiful sights with the wind in your hair and complete an unforgettable day on a boat tour.
  • Arguably Capri’s most famous attraction, the Blue Grotto is a must-see. 
  • This incredible Blue Grotto is a natural attraction with rock depths of up to 60 meters. The entrance to the cave is narrow, so you have to board a small boat and lean over to enter the cave.
  • Looking for the perfect souvenir? It must be perfume! Don’t miss Capri’s most famous perfume shop.
  • It is called Carthusia, named after the Carthusian monks. It is located just outside the Augustus Gardens.
  • All the scents are made using traditional methods and the shop itself is beautiful.
  • Lemons are everywhere on the Amalfi Coast, and the citrus theme continues on Capri.
  • For refreshment during a day trip to Capri, we recommend bringing a granita, or lemon mushy drink, which can also be made with alcohol if desired.
  • Like anywhere else in Italy, Capri also has some great churches. The Church of Santo Stefano in Piazzetta is a must-see. Built on the site of a 6th-century Benedictine monastery, the clock tower in Capri’s town square dates to this period.
  • There are many activities going on in the city of Capri. Above the marina, most of the luxury hotels are located here. Car-free, it’s a great way to escape the crowds and wander the narrow streets adorned with bougainvillea. Although expensive, the restaurants and bars in the squares in this area are great spots for people-watching. 

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