rises in the Tyrrhenian Sea just in front of the Sorrento peninsula. Became famous in 1826 after the discovery of the Blue Grotto. She is a "mythical" place that continues to be a destination for boaters, travelers, intellectuals and international jet set.
Among the first to remain enchanted, the Roman emperor Tiberio, who self-waxed on the island: it is his the magnificent Villa Jovis, in Anacapri.
This fantastic island, in addition to being visited by famous people, is famous above all for its natural beauties, its millennial history, its mild climate and its bright landscape.
A visit to Capri makes the perfect day trip from the Amalfi coast. Known for its dramatic views, striking Faraglioni rocks, and sheer beauty, Capri is one of Italy’s most beautiful islands.
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