Isle of Capri is the most famous island in the Gulf of Naples, of karst origin, it was connected to the Sorrento peninsula where today the Bocca Piccola strait is located. Capri is mainly made up of mountains and plateaus, such as Anacapri. Along the coast you can find pleasant inlets and panoramic views of great charm.
Spectacular cliffs hide caves that can be visited by boat, the most famous of which is the Blue Grotto. The island is characterized by typical Mediterranean vegetation.
The main inhabited centers of the island are: Capri, Anacapri, Marina grande and Marina piccola. The sea, the caves, the spectacular Faraglioni, the landscape and the unspoiled nature make Capri a symbol of the Gulf of Naples and a popular tourist destination.