Located at the tip of the Amalfi coast, in the Neapolitan Gulf, a small island faces the Vesuvius.
You can access it by Naples's main harbor, the Molo Beverello, in a 45-minute-crossing with the aliscafo* fast boat to Capri.
When you arrive to the Marina Grande harbor, join Capri-Town, the lively city center by funicular.
L'Isola Azzura* The blue island perfectly reveals itself during low season (May for Marcellooo!). A mild mediterranean climate ideal for visits and outside lunches on terraces. The traffic is smooth, the roads are narrow and steep. Even at this time of the year you won't be able to avoid the cruise passengers in transit for a few hours.
Bushes, maritime pines, vivid fragrant flowers, vines, citruses and olive trees. From one of the numerus belvedere (Punta Cannone, or giardini di Augusto) you can admire the impressive rock walls and Faraglioni. On the south, contemplate the three iconic emerging rocks. On these steep reliefs, stairs are a recurring...