Grotta azzurra is a sea cave on the coast of the island of Capri, southern Italy. Sunlight passing through an underwater cavity and shining through the seawater creates a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. The cave extends some 50 metres into the cliff at the surface, and is about 150 metres (490 ft) deep, with a sandy bottom.
During Roman times, the grotto was used as the personal swimming hole of Emperor Tiberius as well as a marine temple. Tiberius moved from the Roman capital to the island of Capri in 27 AD. During Tiberius' reign, the grotto was decorated with several statues as well as resting areas around the edge of the cave. Three statues of the Roman sea gods Neptune and Triton were recovered from the floor of the grotto in 1964 and are now on display at a museum in Anacapri.


It is the point where you can admire not only breathtaking views of Capri but also the Amalfi coast.
It is a mountain on the island of Capri with an elevation of 589 m, its peak is the highest point of Capri island. It is in Anacapri town.
It contains the "Fortino di Bruto", a blockhouse which was used in battles between Britain and France in the early 19th century. It is characterised by its "sheer dolomitic slopes" which form an "unsurpassable partition" between the eastern and western sides of the island.[3] Marina Grande lies at the foot of the mountain. It became popular with painters due to its "romantic situation, affording extensive and beautiful views to the NW of the Tyrrhenian sea, the gulf of Naples". Up the mount there is a statue of Emperor Augustus who first landed on Capri.


Close to the center and only steps away from the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, the Gardens of Augustus are comprised of a series of panoramic flower-decked terraces overlooking the Faraglioni on the one side and the Bay of Marina Piccola and Via Krupp on the other.


Villa San Michele is the life’s work at Capri of the Swedish physician and author Axel Munthe (1857–1949). It is surrounded by an impressive garden, which recently won the price as Italy’s most beautiful private park. Behind it is the Barbarossa mountain, that Axel Munthe turned into a sanctuary for migratory birds.
Axel Munthe recounts the story of his life and the creation of the villa in The Story of San Michele (1929). It became one of the first international bestsellers in modern time.
The tale that then captivated countless readers all over the world, lives on in Villa San Michele, in its rooms and garden and in the Egyptian sphinx, that silently watches the sea from its balustrade.
Today it is owned by a Swedish foundation that has transformed it into a museum where, among other things, suggestive classical chamber music concerts take place in the summer. It is also, together with the Blue Grotto, the most visited place on Capri.

CARTHUSIA the parfume of Capri

Close to the Certosa di San Giacomo and overlooking the incomparable panorama of the Faraglioni of Capri, the Carthusia perfumery laboratory has been producing the true perfumes of Capri for centuries. The craftsmanship with the use of the island's natural raw materials and limited production have made Carthusia a cult address for Capri shopping and a top brand of Italian artistic perfumery .
Visiting the perfume factory is a unique opportunity.