An Insider's Guide To Capri
Capri, Mediterranean's most fashionable island, has been a favoured holiday spot since Roman times. La Dolce Vita does not get better than here. We can't assure you will see Grace Kelly or Soraya strolling along the streets of Via Camerelle. But we found all the right places where you'll feel straight out of a Fellini movie.
Here are our favourite things to do and the best insider tips for your summer in the Gulf of Naples.
When to go
Off-season is lovely. Avoid August when it’s hot and packed. Favourite month is September when the sea is at its warmest and the island is less crowded.
Do’s and Don'ts
Avoid Capri centre during the day when there’s hordes of day time tourists filling the narrow streets. Explore the elegant boutiques after 6pm when the last ferry departs to the mainland. The picturesque Piazzetta is meeting point before and after dinner.
Where to stay
Where to dine
After Dinner Drink
Limoncello on ice 🍸 🍋 at Bar Tiberio on the Piazzetta. Ask for head waiter Constantino. Piazza Umberto I
Where to dance until dawn
Anema e Core, the authentic myth of Capri's nightlife, Via Sella Orta 39
How to dress
Where to swim
Da Luigi ai Faraglioni for the authentic Italian Beach Etablissement. The fashion crowd heads to La Fontelina Capri.
Good to know
The Costiera Amalfitana & Capri is best to explore by boat to get the best views of Villa Malaparte & co. Our Concierge can arrange a lovely tour around the island. Get in touch.
Head to less touristy Anacapri and their iconic beach club Il Riccio Anacapri for the best sunsets on the island.
How to get there
The island is reachable either by hydrofoil, ferry or helicopter. Private boat transfers may also be easily arranged by the hotel's concierge. The nearest international airport to Capri is Naples Capodichino.
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