The villa was the one that the emperor chose as his personal abode: from here you can view Punta Campanella, all of the Sorrento peninsula and both sides of the Amalfi coast.
From here the emperor was able to send coded messages to the mainland using an ingenious system of mirrors. Currently the findings of the remains within its’ walls are kept in the Archaeological Museum of Naples and at the Church of Santo Stefano in Capri.
Capri is a real paradise for shopaholics: long and narrow streets of Via Camerelle and on all the little streets around, you will find boutiques with leading worldwide designers.Details
They can be very well seen, and can be well photographed from the Gardens of Augusto and from the viewpoint of Tragara.Details
The special blue of the Cave is due to a second entrance located under sea level that filters out sunlight.Details
This is the heart of Capri and along with the Faraglioni is definitely the best known place and visited on the island.Details
This is the best place to take a picture with the Faraglioni in the background.Details
This was the home built in Capri by the Swedish doctor and writer Axel Munthe.Details
Climbing to the top of Monte Solaro is the perfect way to enjoy the most beautiful view of CapriDetails