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Anacapri

Known for Shopping, Tours and Boating

Explore the walkable city of Anacapri—island views, shopping and popular sights from Villa San Michele to Blue Grotto.

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Explore the walkable city of Anacapri—island views, shopping and popular sights from Villa San Michele to Blue Grotto.

Things to do in Anacapri

One of Capri’s most celebrated attractions is a sea cave of luminous blue light used as a place of worship during Roman times.

Learn about the Swedish doctor and writer who turned the site of an ancient Roman villa into his expansive home with terraced gardens and archeological relics from the past 3,000 years.  

One of Capri’s most visited attractions is the island’s highest peak, loved for its stunning views, abundant vegetation and heritage buildings.

Learn more about the local history when you visit Herculaneum, a well-known historical site in Ercolano. Stroll along the seaside or visit the archaeological sites in the area.

This charming port has served as Sorrento’s connection to the sea for almost 2,000 years and is still in use by local fishermen.

This coastal stone castle in the old fishing village of Borgo del Marini offers panoramic views towards central Naples and Mount Vesuvius.

This main square in Sorrento is a great place for people-watching, admiring Baroque architecture and learning about the local history.

Tear yourself away long enough from snorkeling and relaxing in the thermal spas of Ischia to explore this gem of a medieval fortress on a rocky islet in the Bay of Naples.