Do you dream of a holiday to make you feel at the center of a world of glamour, mythical landscapes and an enchanting sea?
So why not rent our catamaran and be guided by an expert skipper to discover the wonders of Capri and Anacapri?
An island known throughout the World, epitome of the Italian way of life and capable of encompassing art and culture, luxuriant nature, refined culinary traditions and the relaxed vitality of its splendid villages.
A luxurious and refined way to discover some of the most popular sceneries of the Tyrrhenian coast, which over time have conquered the hearts of millions of people all over the World.
The faraglioni, the undisputed symbol of Capri.
A natural monument famous throughout the World, three imposing rocks are the symbol of the island and known by the names of Saetta, Stella and Scopolo. The Faraglioni are sung by musicians and poets, who have given them an immortal beauty.
The ancient village, with all its colours.
The ancient village of Capri hides from superficial glances. Walking through its charming streets, you come across the marvelous Church of Sant’Anna and the complex of Santa Teresa, the historic heart of the city, and a clearing overlooking the Gulf of Naples.
The lights of the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra) in Anacapri.
Among the most famous attractions of Capri, it is a spectacular natural cavity. To enter, you have to lie down on the bottom of a rowboat that glides through a small arch, floating on water so blue it seems transparent.
The panorama from the top of Monte Solaro.
The most beautiful panorama of Capri is the one that can be admired from Monte Solaro, the highest point of the island, 289 meters above sea level. The view has no boundaries, it reaches Vesuvius and the Gulf of Naples, scans the Sorrento Peninsula and, in the distance, the mountains of Calabria.
The lush Gardens of Augustus.
The Gardens of Augustus are made up of a series of flowered terraces overlooking Capri Faraglioni on one side, and the Marina Piccola Bay on the other. Junipers, pines, palms, holm oaks are only part of their rich flora, surrounded by neoclassical statues.
The ancient remains of Villa Jovis.
Villa Jovis is the majestic Roman villa overlooking the Capri sea. Tiberius emperor’s residence it is an ideal place to relive centuries of history overlooking a unique panorama in the world, entirely surrounded by the sea.
Always, as soon as you feel like it: Capri and Anacapri amaze at every encounter, conquering you with the climate, the food, the culture and the sea in every season.
Seven days are the perfect time to discover all the attractions of the island, enjoy the blue water and have fun walking through the two villages.
You need to leave room for the inspiration and advice of the staff, who will be able to guide you in discovering the most iconic and interesting corners of the island.
The mixture of style and nature characterizes this island, symbol of the class and cultural wealth of Naples Gulf.
These are some of the most famous Italian scenarios, with unmissable attractions for travelers from all over the globe.
The list of celebrities attracted over the years by the beauty of Capri and Anacapri, and who have lived here, is endless: from the Nobel prize winner Pablo Neruda to Thomas Mann, from the playwright Graham Greene to the Oscar-winning actor Leonardo Di Caprio.
The heady mix of fun, luxury, relaxation and cultural activities makes the island one of the most vibrant and interesting: unlike others, however, it can count on a refined charm that makes it inimitable.
Indulge yourself with the delicacies of typical Neapolitan and island cuisine: from Capri ravioli alla Chiummenzana, to squid and potato salad.
Walking through the downtown boutiques, choosing handcrafted souvenirs, local memories and maybe a new elegant dress for evenings with a sea view .
Savor the magic of swimming offshore, admiring the stacks in the most diverse light of day, in full sun or at sunset, for an unforgettable postcard.
On the way to the top of Mount Solaro, entering the heart of Capri and finally enjoying a view with few equals in the world.