Capri- A piece of paradise

Many artists and writers visited the island in the Tyrrhenian Sea and were completely charmed by their simply magical beauty. Capri is a myth, which aroused by its unique blend of nature, history, culture, glamour and pleasure.

Capri's rugged beauty is legendary. The most amazing island in the Tyrrhenian Sea rises with its harsh and jagged rocks from the sea. Already when the gently contoured silhouette of the island turns up under the sparkle of the sun and pastel-colored facades at port Marina Grande appear you already tend a secret passion for Capri. Characteristic for its image are the barren rugged cliffs and the numerous caves and grottos, among them the famous Grotta Azzurra, the Blue Grotto. Bio diverse Mediterranean vegetation with innumerable orange - and lemon groves and lush flowers dominate the rural idyll.

Even in ancient times the island in the Gulf of Naples, near Sorrento, the emperors Augustus and Tiberius preferred the residences on Capri. Later, painters and writers, as well as numerous other jet-set stars, such as Jacqueline Kennedy, were captivated by the magic of the island. On the famous Piazzetta fashion designers, artists and yacht owners meet from all over the world. The mystic of the island coupled with the exclusive Mediterranean flair, has enchanted them completely.

Swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, surfing, fishing, hiking; the island offers endless possibilities to discover the wonderful bucolic countryside of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Despite its small size, the island bursts with a variety of attractions, such as the serpentine Via Krupp, the Villa Jovis and the impressive stone arch Arco Naturale. Indisputable, the Blue Grotto and the Faraglioni, the formation of rocks off the island, are among its most famous landmarks. It is above all especially the natural charm of this island that seduces you mysteriously under its spell.