Sailing around Capri and discover its best spots
Capri on a sailing boat
Capri, the Blue Island
It is one of the few islands known all over the world; it marked the history of the 1950s and 1960s when it was the island of elites, of famous people who came from all over the world. Capri is a fairy tale in the middle of the sea, it is an island with unique beauties immersed in a sparkling green/blue sea; it is the mythical Piazza Umberto I – or simply “the square” of Capri “, where it is not uncommon to meet famous people. Sailing Capri is an experience like no other.
The Faraglioni and the Blue Grotto
Walking along the entire perimeter of Capri is a fascinating experience: the cliffs and the view of the villages surrounding the island are really special, not to mention the view of the Faraglioni, a very famous natural “monument”. If you are at Capri, you can’t miss the Blue Grotto: it is one of the iconic wonders of Capri. The cave is located on the other side of the island from the Faraglioni, and it can be reached by boat (special small boats accompany tourists inside). It is an unmissable tourist destination.
At Capri, the Dolce Vita is never over
Capri is closely linked to the Dolce Vita, a historical period well portrayed by Fellini’s movie. Decades later, Capri preserves that atmosphere and you can feel the importance that the island had for that historical period. Capri is beautiful to visit in every corner: a world of nature, sea, art, culture, food and…jet set is in just a few square kilometres.