Once part of the Amalfi coast, Capri retains its own landscape guidelines while maintaining the wild and unspoiled side strongly evident along the Dolomite walls of the coast, drilled by wonderful caves, known worldwide as the Blue Grotto, and surrounded from rocks that have become the icon of the island, the Faraglioni.
A perfect miniature paradise that of Capri, large enough to contain all Mediterranean history and charm, with its squares full of flowers, historic buildings such as the remains of Villa Jovis and as the most romantic of views in the world, the one from the famous lighthouse and the one boundless from Monte Solaro.