Marina di Capri
Capri Marina is located north of the island at Marina Grande. It’s next to the commercial port and is located inside a natural bay which provides shelter from the wind. There are also two stone breakwaters that protect it. The Marina of Capri is just 4-5 minutes from the centre by funicular which transports passengers to the Piazzetta. Of course, there are also bus stops and taxi stands just in front of the Marina.
Capri Marina offers Bathrooms and showers, Wi-Fi, weather reports, 24-hour security, electric cars and 24-hour assistance with a dinghy. Of course, fuel, crane service, diver service, water and electricity are provided upon request. Maximum length 60 m. 12 berths over 24m. Draft 4m.
One of the most famous islands in the world is located in the Gulf of Naples. A magical place that has been inspiring for centuries poets and writers and attracts artists from all over the world. The dramatic scenery that the tall vertical rocks create is unique and tourists from all over the world come to admire it. Visitors can make fantastic tours that offer unparalleled views either by hiking watching from above or by the sea, gazing in awe at the sheer cliffs from below. The island is divided into 3 regions: The port in which the marina is located, Capri which is found in the centre of the island and Anacapri located in the mountainous village of the island.
Situated opposite Amalfi and Naples shores, Capri is also a gastronomical paradise. Apart from the excellent quality of olive oil, limoncello is also produced on the island along with great quality local wines. There is a great number of restaurants where you can enjoy extraordinary tastes coupled with an amazing view. Each and every one has its own spectacular beauty and it has satisfied the special tastes of celebrities all around the world.
As far as land and sea tours are concerned, don’t forget to visit the Blue Grotto cave. A sight that attracts hundreds of tourists. You should visit it some time in the afternoon to enjoy it with tranquility. Continuing your sea tour you can go by the ‘‘Sea Guards’’ of the island, known as “ The Faraglioni”. These great rocks, stand there creating a magical scenery and a snapshot that will remain a landmark of your holiday. On the southern shore of the island, just opposite the towering Faraglioni island chain, there are the most beautiful beaches of Capri. Marina Piccola is definitely a stop at your boat trip.
As for your tour on the island, this should definitely start from Piazzetta. The place where everyone will meet. This is where you will drink a cup of coffee or have a drink, for sure. It’s the island’s hotspot. You can also visit the magnificent Punta Carena lighthouse which is the largest lighthouse in Italy, after Genova’s. However, a visit at the Charterhouse of San Giacomo might interest you if you want to see where the Charterhouse monks of Capri, grow flowers and herbs to use them as a base for their homemade perfumes. It is also worth taking the cable car, to enjoy the spectacular view from Monte Salero in altitude 589 meters above the sea. Of course, if you have an appetite for hiking, be sure that the trip will reward you. In conclusion, if you want to feel the least of the island’s tourist life, you should visit the island’s mountainous village, Anacapri. There you can find unspoiled places and you might discover your own favourite hotspot.