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- I loved Capri. I actually did not go out to the formations, but took a picture from the island, such a beautiful view. Capri is quite small so it's easy to walk around and see them. Charming - and if you just take a picture, it is free. With more time I would have liked to have taken a boat tour.Written July 15, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The garden is quite small but the views must be among the best in the world, or at least this is how it makes you feel. It is a very tranquil place and we'll worth the 1.5 euros. A must see and do.Written July 29, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice marina includes access to a private beech (cost). In addition, there is a restaurant at the marina. The boat tender staff are professional and friendly.Written June 7, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a truly stunning landmark reached after a pretty serious hike so is not for the faint hearted or for anyone who struggles with their mobility.
We had to descend 300 steps to get to its or ascend depending on which way you complete the trail.
Well worth doing if you are able and there is a cave not too much further down which makes for another memorable stopWritten May 11, 2022
- Stunning! We took a private boat to the edge of the Green Grotto and then jumped out to swim through the cave. The water is UNREAL once you’re swimming— you can’t experience the true colors from the vantage point of the boat, so make sure you jump in for a quick swim. Absolutely gorgeous shimmering aquamarine water.Written August 14, 2022
- Very nice square where you can hop on the funicular, grab a taxi or wait in line for a bus. The streets leading to and from the square are lined with shops, cafes and restaurants. There are many very expensive designer shops in the area. The square is quite busy. Best to avoid Capri when there are large cruise ships in Naples. Or visit in the evening after the cruise ship passengers head back to the ships.Written June 8, 2022
- I took the ferry across from Naples to Capri from a day trip from my mediterranean cruise. After a rather taxing walk from the Grand harbour I found the walk to Belvedere di Tragara quite easy and relaxing with lots to see along the way. There are maps sign posted all over Capri town and enroute so it is impossible to get lost. Lovely views from outside the hotel where Winston Churchill and Eisenhower met to discuss the war.Written May 31, 2022
- We stayed in La Tosca and I walked up. I'm a senior and it's a bit steep but I took it easy and enjoyed the effort and ... wow, what a view when you reach the top!!!Written May 5, 2022
- Worth the walk up there from the town - more extensive that we were expecting and more expensive (seems there is no standard charge as it was 6 euors each the day we went) - fantasitc views from the top (depite gettng caught in a mediteranean thunderstorm) - Cafe nearby didnt let us in as they were expecting a party of people do dont rely on gettng refreshments near thereWritten October 2, 2020
- Spent a nice hour cooling off in the sea on the public beach after a stroll around Capri on a very hot day. It was very crowded being August, and being free, but lovely sea, views and to watch the boats and people.Written August 14, 2022
- We didn’t want to do the Blue Grotto as there was a large queue of boats and you had to get into a smaller one for extra £ - seemed a little too complex when there were so many more points of interest to see.
Just pulling in to see the white grotto was lovely. The water azure blue and the stalactites impressive. What incredible scenery!Written June 1, 2022
- An amazing place in both beauty and fascinating. It is worth reading before visiting about the landlord Farzen, the house is a testament to the fascinating spirit that prevailed in Capri in the early 20th centuryWritten July 10, 2022
- Very long and winding walking area that has shops on both sides. It’s all designer and on the expensive side. Interesting.Written August 28, 2020
- It is far from the center, but I walk there every June at least 3-4 times. From Parco Astarita you have the best view of the whole Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Cost. you can see well Massa Lubrense and the white houses in MaioriWritten July 8, 2022
- Villa Malaparte fascinated and still charm visitors for its particular architecture and its history.Along the Pizzolungo path that leads to the Arco Naturale a mysterious building stands out against the sea and the magnificent panorama.
On one of the most solitary, tough and difficult corners of the island of Capri, not far from the famous Faraglioni, there is a surprising building in Pompeiian red.
It is the house of the italian writer Curzio Malaparte called Casa Malaparte or Villa Malaparte.
Designed by architect Adalberto Libera, it is considered one of the masterpieces of modern architecture, representing a wonderful example of integration between rationalist modernity and the natural environment.
Casa Malaparte is the only red house among the white houses on the island. The only one with a paved roof-solarium and not with a vaulted ceiling. The only one without the traditional small external staircase.
Its 'rectangular box' shape, interrupted by a flight of steps, which leads to the roof, which is a solarium and terrace, has a simple harmony, which becomes part of the natural structures of the rock.
Villa Malaparte fascinated and still charms visitors with its particular architecture and its history.
Unfortunately it is not allowed to the visitors, who can just take shots of its exterior.Written November 11, 2021
Frequently Asked Questions about Capri
- The best day trips from Capri according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Capri Blue Grotto Boat Tour From Sorrento
- Capri and Blue Grotto Day Tour from Naples or Sorrento
- Capri & Blue Grotto Boat Trip-Prime Experience with max. 8 guests from Sorrento
- Full-Day Capri Island Cruise from Sorrento
- Private Full-Day Capri Tour by Boat from Positano