Capri is one of the most beautiful islands south of the Gulf of Napoli in the Campania region of Italy. The island is roughly 5km away from the main land and belongs to the county of Napoli.
In the late half of the 19th century, Capri became popular as a vacation destination for European artists and creatives.
Between spring and late fall, driving is only permitted for the locals from Capri. You can use a cab of course for transportation or a bus, but as a tourist you are not permitted to operate a vehicle.
Did you know? The Caprese Salad of tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil, is named after the Island Capri.
Sight seeing :
Church San Michele 1719
The Blue Grotto (Grottoa Azzura)