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Capri tours by sea and by land

Capri tours by sea and by land

Capri tours by sea

Capri tours by sea are unforgettable experiences which offer a unique view on the island and its natural treasures, which includes its jagged shores and its famous sea caves, such as the Blue Grotto and the Green Grotto. During the boat tour there may be the chance to see dolphins and sea turtles swimming in the waters around the island, while, during the summer, it will be possible to stop to enjoy a dive in one of the many secret bays of the island.
The visit to the sea caves is probably the most exciting part of the tour. On one side the Blue Grotto is known for its crystal-clear and intense blue waters, and it is one of the most famous and popular caves. The natural light, which filters through the cave, creates unique shades and colours. On the other side, Green Grotto is characterised by its deep emerald green walls and the stalactites and stalagmites that decorate the cave. The tour continues along the south coast of the island, where you can admire the famous Faraglioni rocks, three rocks rising from the sea. The most famous Faraglione is the Faraglione di Mezzo, which you can circumnavigate by boat. The view from the top of the Faraglione offers a breathtaking panorama of the island and the sea.
For tourists seeking a more private and personalised experience, however, it is possible to rent a boat without a skipper to explore the island at one’s leisure. In this case, you can choose the points of interest to visit and the pace of the trip.

Capri tours by land

Those who want to enjoy the island’s hidden treasures and breathtaking views can choose to visit the island by land.

A special place to start the tour is the plateau of Anacapri, located on the highest part of the island, from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the coast and the town of Capri. For lovers of culture, there are many places to visit, such as the Villa San Michele, a 19th century villa that houses a collection of works of art and an Italian garden, and the Certosa di San Giacomo, a 14th century Carthusian monastery on the northern coast of the island that houses a museum and a beautiful church.

For nature lovers, there are numerous hiking trails to follow, such as the Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods), which offers a panoramic view of the coast and the town of Capri. If you want a slightly more challenging hike, you can climb up to Monte Solaro, the highest peak on the island, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire island and the Amalfi coast. In addition to the natural and artistic beauty, the island offers the opportunity to enjoy the unique local cuisine and its typical products, such as limoncello and goat cheese.

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