Blue Grotto

Picturesque cave with rowboat tours

Accessible by boat, this sea cave is known for its bright blue water, due to reflected sunlight.

Monte Solaro

Mountain with views & an old fortress

This limestone mountain features the remains of a Napoleonic War fort, hiking & observation areas.

Villa San Michele

Famous author's villa & art collection

The Villa San Michele was built around the turn of the 19th century on the Isle of Capri, Italy, by the Swedish physician and author Axel Munthe.

Villa Jovis

Roman imperial palace ruins

Remains of a grand Roman palace, built by Emperor Tiberius in AD 27 on a headland. Access by foot.

Piazza Umberto I

Public square with iconic clock tower

Historic square with a famous clock tower, cafes & shops, plus panoramic water & mountain views.

Via Krupp

Garden and Augustus

Via Krupp is a historic switchback paved footpath on the island of Capri, connecting the Charterhouse of San Giacomo and the Gardens of Augustus area with Marina Piccola. Commissioned by German industrialist Friedrich Alfred Krupp, the path covers an elevation difference of about 100 m.

Arco Naturale

Unique rock formation in scenic setting

Arch-shaped rock formation from the Paleolithic age overlooking the sea & accessed by a trail.

Gardens of Augustus

Botanical gardens with sea views

Picturesque botanical garden with a footpath & sweeping views of the sea.

Punta Carena Lighthouse

Lookout point with cliffs & a lighthouse

Sunset viewing is popular at this scenic point featuring a lighthouse on cliffs overlooking the sea.

Certosa di San Giacomo

Historic monastery with sea views

Airy, 14th-century Carthusian monastery with diverse architecture, frescoes & views of the sea.

Casa Malaparte

Italian Modern home with cultural events

Built in the early 20th century, this restored Italian Modern home now hosts cultural events.

Via Tragara

The island of Capri, with its history, its landscape and tremen­dous views, is an icon of classic elegance and the beauty of nature. The Via Tragara dates back to the period when Roman emperors relocated their residences and sometimes even the seat of govern­ment to the island. Today, the walking path above the coastline is one of the island’s most famous promenades, with narrow alleyways leading through small arches. On the one side of the pathway, lush vegeta­tion and walls block the view of private residences; on the other side, the ocean can be seen over a low wall. At the end of the pathway, rocks in the ocean called the Faraglioni, part of the Amalfi Coast and houses built on the cliffs of Capri come into view.

Villa Lysis

Neoclassical villa in tranquil surrounds

Majestic former residence of Count Fersen, with sweeping views, gardens & neoclassical details.


Famous rock formations in the ocean

Offering a unique view, boats travel through an arch of these three iconic, oceanic rock formations.

Monte Solaro Chairlift

At 589 meters above sea level, Monte Solaro is the highest and most panoramic point on the island of Capri. From its heights, visitors enjoy sweeping views over the Faraglioni rock formations and the center of the town of Capri, and as far afield as the Sorrento Peninsula, the Galli islands, and the whole of the Gulf of Naples. On clear days, you can catch a glimpse of the Gulf of Salerno.

Phoenician Steps

Mountain stairway with picturesque views

Steep, lengthy staircase leading from marina to mountaintop, with scenic views of island & sea.

Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo

Church's elaborate 1700s tile floor

Ornate 1700s floor inside the church of San Michele featuring colorful maiolica (tin-glazed) tiles.

Lido del Faro

Lighthouse and seaside resort

There's only one place on the island of Capri where you can swim in the sun from dawn until dusk and that's Lido del Faro: crystal-clear water, sun decks nestled between the rocks, a gourmet restaurant and the magnificent sight of the sun setting over the sea.

Grotta Verde

Scenic sea cave with bright blue water

Bright blue water creates a green reflection on the walls of this scenic sea cave, a popular site.

Eremo di Santa Maria a Cetrella

Quiet, secluded church with scenic views

16th-century Catholic church in a serene setting, with a 2-nave structure & panoramic sea views.

Castello Barbarossa

Castello Barbarossa is an archaeological ruin and ornithological station in Anacapri, on the island of Capri, Italy. It derives its name from the pirate and Ottoman admiral, Hayreddin, nicknamed Barbarossa, who stormed it in 1535 and destroyed it in 1544.

Gruta Azul

Sea cave famed for its bright blue light

Sea cavern, once a Roman swimming hole, known for its vibrant & unusual natural blue illumination.


Compact square with wide views

The heart of Capri, this small square offers far-reaching views as well as a number of cafes & bars.

Museo Casa Rossa di Anacapri

The Casa Rossa in Anacapri is one of the most striking buildings on the island. Its bright, "Pompeian Red" walls catch the eye as you approach from the outside while the interior of the building has its own intrigue.

Capri Philosophical Park

Walking paths amid philosophical quotes

Small, rustic park featuring wooded trails past tile plaques with aphorisms by noted philosophers.

Chiesa di Santo Stefano

Historic baroque-style Catholic church

Prominent Catholic church with baroque architecture & Capri's town hall in its old bishop's quarters.

Grotta Bianca

Sea cave with white stalactites

Broad, white-colored sea cave on the eastern coast of Capri, accessible by boat.

Musée Ignazio Cerio

Museum with natural & cultural artifacts

Museum showcasing fossils, minerals & archeological relics from the island, plus a library.

Chiesa di Santa Sofia

The Chiesa di Santa Sofia is located in the Piazza of Anacapri, on the island of Capri, Italy. It dates to 1596 when it replaced Chiesa di Santa Maria di Costantinopoli as the parish church. Some of the building materials and fittings, such as the sacristy and oratorio, were originally in the Chiesa di San Carlo.

Chiesa di San Costanzo


The Chiesa di San Costanzo is a monumental church of Capri. Named after the patron saint of the island of Capri, San Costanzo, it was the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Capri from 987–1560.