has enchanted visitors for millennia. In the 4th Century B.C.,
the Phoenicians settled Capri, followed soon after by the
Greeks and the Romans. The Roman Emperor Tiberius, who ruled
from 27-37, built 12 villas scattered all around the island,
then visited a different one each night to indulge his carnal
pleasures. In the early 1800’s, the British started
developing Capri, but the French momentarily took the island
The influence from Roman times can still be seen in the
form of ruins scattered all over the island. Today, it’s
tourists who scatter all over the island, filling the town
during summer months.
Capri has also been an inspiration for numerous authors.
English author Noel Coward was enchanted here, as was Graham
Greene. Norman Douglas lived in Capri around the turn of the
20th Century. His most famous novel, Summer Wind, was set
is off of Italy’s west coast, three miles west of Sorrento,
near Amalfi and Salerno. The nearest big city is Naples, a
little over an hour away by boat. While here, don’t miss the
Blue Grotto, Capri’s most famous tourist attraction. Do some
people watching in Piazza Umberto I, in the heart of Capri.
Enjoy the local cuisine and the vivacious nightlife. Whatever
you choose, you will be surrounded by panoramic views and
enveloped by cool sea breezes.
and organized excursions to Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento,
Positano, Amalfi, Capri from Naples dock
(Capri Port)with pick-up and dropp-off at your ship,
city and airport shuttle services at very competitive prices.
Do not loose this occasion and contact us
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