Departure for the wonderful Island of Capri from the bay at the Camping Village Santa Fortunata, or from the port in Massa Lubrense.
Passing in front of your eyes the magnificent Bay of Sorrento and the beautiful coast line and vegetation and the blue Gulf of Naples.
After approximately 20 minutes you will arrive in the extraordinary waters of Capri and as you cross the water it becomes continuingly more blue and emerald and you can admire the Salto di Tiberio, the Grotta Bianca White Grotto and the Grotta Meravigliosa (Marvelous Grotto).
You will continue on to admire the Arco Naturale and the Villa Curzio Malaparte until you reach the enchanting Faraglioni: Stella - Saetta - Faro. You will then sail by the "Arco dell'Amore" located under the Faraglione Saetta. You will arrive at Capri's Marina Grande where you will have approximately 5 hours to discover the most beautiful island in the world.
You will board the boat again between the hours of 16.00 and 17.00, based on prior appointment made with the captain at the time of disembarkment. Once you have returned on board the boat you will continue your journey, admiring the Grotta Verde (Green Grotto) and Punta Carena, (the furthest point of the island).
Then continue on to the Salto Tiberio, where it is possible to see the Museum and Hotel San Michele high above. One last glance at the Island, which you are leaving behind, returning to the Santa Fortunata Campsite beach in the late afternoon.
- Clients wishing to cancel their place on the excursion have the right to do so and to receive a full refund if they cancel more than 24 hours before the excursion.
- The aforementioned may be altered due to unforeseen circumstances or circumstances out of our control without refund.
The bay of Marina Piccola is the right place to go if you are looking for a beach overlooking Faraglioni. Marina Piccola is located on the south side of the island, sheltered from behind by a steep rock wall: this is why it is always a warm and unattractive place.
Marina Grande is the main port on the island of Capri. Not far from the pier there is the public beach of Marina Grande, the largest of all Capri, and some bathing establishments. The beach is particularly suitable for children being the most spacious on the island.
It is Capri's most famous attraction. From all over the world they run to see it, even for only a few minutes. At its entrance long lines are formed. To enter it, you have to lie down on the bottom of a rowing boat that slides through the small arch. Inside we find ourselves floating in the dark, on a so blue water to look transparent. An experience to try at least once in life.
With its 589 meters above sea level, Monte Solaro is the highest and most panoramic spot on Capri Island. From its terraces, the look goes from the Faraglioni to the city center of Capri, until reaching the Sorrento Peninsula, the Galli Islands and the whole Gulf of Naples. On the serene days you can also see the Gulf of Salerno.
The islanders call it ''a chiazz", or piazza. On the maps , Capri's most famous square is called Piazza Umberto I. For the rest of the world it's the Piazzetta. One thing everybody agrees on, is that it's the heart of the island where, sooner or later, all those visiting Capri come to watch the world go by.
The protected marine natural area of Punta Campanella is a marine reserve set up in 1997. It extends over an area of over 1500 hectares, between the municipality of Massa Lubrense and the Commune of Positano. The reserve protects about 40 km of coast and the sea in front. It is classified as Specially Protected Air of Mediterranean Interest.
The Faraglioni are three large rocks emerging from the sea. For anyone arriving in Capri, a photo with the Faraglioni in the background is a must. The average height of the Faraglioni is around 100 meters. The first staircase along the coast is called Stella, the second is the Faraglione di Mezzo and the third is Faraglione di Fuori.