Capri, Ischia, and Procida

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  • 1. Giardini di Augusto

    From the terraces of this beautiful public garden, you can see the village of Marina Piccola below—restaurants, cabanas, and swimming platforms huddle among the shoals—and...Read More

  • 2. I Faraglioni

    Few landscapes set more artists dreaming than that of the famous Faraglioni—three enigmatic, pale-ocher limestone colossi that loom out of the sea just off the...Read More

  • 3. Marina Corricella

    Perched under the citadel of the Terra Murata, the Marina Corricella is Procida's most memorable sight. Singled out for the waterfront scenes in Il Postino...Read More

  • 4. Monte Solaro

    An impressive limestone formation and the highest point on Capri (1,932 feet), Monte Solaro affords gasp-inducing views toward the bays of both Naples and Salerno....Read More

  • 5. Santa Maria a Cetrella

    Scenically perched on the slopes of Monte Solaro, this small sanctuary in late-Gothic style—with its older parts dating to the late 14th century—offers a truly...Read More

  • 6. Villa Jovis

    Named in honor of the ancient Roman god Jupiter, or Jove, the villa of the emperor Tiberius is riveted to the towering Rocca di Capri...Read More

  • 7. Villa San Michele

    From Anacapri's Piazza Vittoria, picturesque Via Capodimonte leads to Villa San Michele, the charming former home of Swedish doctor and philanthropist Axel Munthe (1857–1949), and...Read More

  • 8. Certosa di San Giacomo

    An eerie atmosphere hangs around neglected corners of this once grand, palatial complex between the Castiglione and Tuoro hills, which was for centuries a Carthusian...Read More

  • 9. Grotta Azzurra

    Only when the Grotta Azzurra was "discovered" in 1826, by the Polish poet August Kopisch and Swiss artist Ernest Fries, did Capri become a tourist...Read More

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  • 10. Isola di Vivara

    The small crescent-shape island of Vivara, a terminal segment of a volcanic cone and Carlo III's 18th-century hunting lodge, is today a living museum of...Read More

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