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The glitzy island of Capri is famous for being the playground of the rich and famous. Sitting between the coast of Naples and the shores of Sorrento, Capri is the place to sip limoncello in the sun, stay in beautiful boutique hotels, splurge on handmade leather sandals and fall in love with Italy. Travelling to and from the island of Capri can either be done by boat or ferry from Naples or Sorrento, or by private helicopter from destinations such as Rome, Naples, Florence, Sicily and Sardinia.
Capri Heliport is based right in the heart of Capri, so you can arrive in style and start sightseeing without wasting a single second. From Rome, the flight time is approximately one hour, and from Naples you can expect a swift 20-minute journey. Several independent helicopter transfer companies touch down at the Damecuta heliport in Anacapri, while helicopter sightseeing flights over the Bay of Naples also depart from and land here.
Capri is brimming with beautiful places to stay, and you can be sure to find something to suit your personal taste and preference.
Many hotels will offer a transfer service for guests and will be able to pick you up from the Capri Heliport. Alternatively, you can coordinate an on-the-ground taxi transfer via your private helicopter company. Those seeking lavish amenities and arresting views of Mount Vesuvius will find plenty of upscale accommodation in Capri town. Those looking for home cooking and rustic designs can choose a smaller scale boutique hotel in Anacapri or one of the numerous B&Bs scattered around the shores.
Capri is steeped in myth and mystery and was even hailed by the Greeks as the Land of the Sirens. Perhaps the most famous sight on the island is the Blue Grotto. Swim in the cool blue waters or rent a small motorboat to pass through this stunning underwater cavern. Chartering a yacht for the day allows you to explore in style, while those who prefer to remain on dry land can hike deep into the pretty hills.
As soon as you touch down at the Capri Heliport, you’ll be hit with the tempting scent of food. This stretch of Italian coastline is laden with fresh fish, creamy mozzarella, bright vegetables and hand-rolled pasta. Whether you’re looking for fine dining in the island’s most exclusive spots or heaped bowls of clams and linguine in quaint seaside taverns, Capri is a gourmet wonderland.
Capri certainly lives up to its reputation as a swanky, upmarket destination, yet this is an island of two halves; on one side you have the lavish hotels, superyachts and designer boutiques. On the other you have the wooded hills, family-run B&Bs and charming coves. With such a wide range to choose from, you can use Expedia’s search filters to find the Capri accommodation that suits you best.