Table of Contents – Capri & Ischia
- Capri : Exclusive Tourism from the Roman Empire
- Blue Grotto ( Grotta Azzurra)
- Capri Tips – Rent a Boat- Villa Damecuta – Villa Krupp
- Ischia: The Island of Amazing Landscapes
- The Aragonese Castle
- How to Get: Capri, Ischia, Positano, Sorrento and Salerno
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Capri is an island located at the southern end of the Bay of Naples in Italy. It was already known in the Roman Empire for its beautiful landscapes. The Romans made this island a tourist destination and a place of summer residence. Today it is one of the main tourist places in the Naples area next to the island of Ischia and the city of Naples itself.
One of its best known natural sites is the Blue Grotto. It is a dark cavern where the sea shines through the entrance with an electric blue color. There are a variety of exclusive hotels and rest villas.
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- Rent a boat for a half-day with a private driver. He or she will take you to swim amongst all of the most amazing caves
- Rent an excursion to go around the island. But the additional of entering the blue grotto that is unmissable (you have to pay extra)
- Walking through the streets of capri is a unique experience. Spectacular landscapes at the end of each street
- Visit Villa Krupp. Residence at the beginning of the 20th century of the owner of the famous armament factory. Hot is a park with unique views
- Visit Materita Tower. Old medieval tower of Anacapri, was later converted into a residence. It was built in 1378, by the monks of the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, to defend against Saracen attacks.
- Villa Damecuta: Located in Anacapri, Damecuta is one of the severals imperial Roman villas, and little survives of it. Its plant has a gallery porticada towards the Gulf of Naples, topped by a semicircular viewpoint. During the Middle Ages a watchtower was built on its ruins, and in the 19th century, the wall was built.
The island of ischia was occupied and inhabited since before the Roman Empire. The Romans did not take care of this island, considering it unstable because of its continued earthquakes.
The Island suffered continuous invasions for more than 1500 years of all the neighboring towns until the crown of Aragon conquered and built a castle. Today it is a place of exclusive villas and hotels. It has many sandy beaches with amenities for tourists.
We recommend a visit to the Aragonese Castle. not only for the building and the history but for the magnificent panoramic views that can be enjoyed from there. Ischia & Capri: Islands to fall in love
Ischia & Capri: Islands to fall in love
From Naples. get to the port of Naples. There are some boxes where different companies sell the round trip tickets (or one way) to Ischia, Capri, Salerno, Positano, and Sorrento. Consult the schedules of the last boat, since they vary according to the season of the year.