A Gem in the Gulf of Naples, the island of Capri is a maze of narrow alleys leading to small churches, squares and clear blue waters. The coast is characterized with numerous caves and bays.
The magnificence of its natural environment, its lush vegetation and the elegance of its streets make this island one of the most exclusive destinations in the world. Capri has enchanted writers over the centuries, poets, musicians, painters. Many directors who have chosen it as a backdrop for their films and celebrities who flocked to the tables of the famous Piazzetta Umberto I.
Capri's fame dates from the dawn of ancient history among the first fans of the Roman Emperor Tiberius, who spent there the last years of his life. But the final call of the island was discovered by the middle of 800, when visitors from around the world chose it as their residence, forming the cosmopolitan colony that created the myth of Capri and the Grotta Azzurra.