The small but spectacular island of Capri is located off the western coast of Italy in the Bay of Naples. A celebrated tourist destination, Capri is a beautiful place to visit, with elegant buildings, dramatic cliffs and some unbelievable natural attractions. The Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra) is a cave at the entrance to the sea that admits visitors on a rowboat to admire the waters, which are lit from beneath by the sunlight and shimmer in incredible hues of blue. For fans of architecture, the ruins of the 2,000-year-old palace of Villa Jovis are fascinating to explore, while Villa Lysis is an Art Nouveau masterpiece and Villa San Michele boasts tranquil and expansive gardens. Capri’s selection of popular upmarket restaurants provides mouth-watering local fare – make sure to try the seafood pasta dishes.
So what makes Capri so special and unique? The views are jaw-dropping, it is hard to reach so less crowded and more exclusive. Most of people walk over the island and leave their car on the mainland. While walking along the coast you will find tons of very cool beach-side restaurants.