Capri Island, ‘a long history of drawing the rich and famous to its glistening shores’, according to the Guardian.


Whether this is Jaqueline Kennedy or writer Oscar Wilde, Capri has always been one of the most prominent in the world for glamour seekers.

Geography helps, course. Capri is located right in the centre of the wonderful Gulf of Naples. Ancient Greeks colonised the island as its position allowed control over the in-and-out traffic to and from the bay.

In fact, you can reach Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Naples, Procida and Ischia Island in just a bunch of minutes, without facing traffic congestion to go from, say, Sorrento to Pompeii.

Capri might seem quite small island, but as soon as you get here you realise one entire week cannot possibly be enough to do and see everything the gorgeous place has to offer.

amalfi coast

Two whole days are needed if you wish to discover the multicoloured world of shopping the island offers. Capri is, in fact, not just about luxury shopping, but also about small artisanal workshops crowding the streets of Anacapri. 5 days more are needed if to visit all the natural and cultural attractions – not to mention a gastronomic tour of the island.

Villa Jovis Capri

Of course no holiday can be considered as such without a little bit of relax. And just 1 day for that cannot be enough.


Capri is a unique place. Its reputation as a top, primary destination is well deserved, indeed. Book your holiday now at!!!


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