The island of Capri is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Sorrentine Penisula, which is located on the south side of the Gulf of Naples in the Campania region of Italy. Capri can be reached by daily ferries from Naples, Amalfi, Positano and Sorrento. The ferries dock at the Marina Grande and visitors can take the funicolare up to Capri Town. Some of the main features and attractions of Capri include, La Piazzetta, The Gardens Of Augustus and the limestone rock formations called the Faraglioni in the Bay of Naples and the Marina Grande.
The Clock Tower in the historical center of Capri Town, called La Piazzetta or Piazza Umberto I on the island of Capri.
A viewing area on the south side of Capri.
A cactus (Cactaceae) on the south side of Capri.
An olive tree (Oleaceae) on the south side of Capri.
A view of a walking path.
A southwest view of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
A view of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
A coastal view on Capri.
A boat in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
A coastal view of the magnificent blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The Gardens of Augustus (Giardini di Augusto) from the west side of Capri.
A view off the coast of the island of Capri in the Bay of Naples in the Campania region. These are the three famous Faraglioni (rock formations) named, Stella, Mezzo and Scopolo.
The Marina Grande, part of the main port on the north side of the island.
A northwest view of the island from the town center.
Another view of the Clock Tower, an iconic landmark in La Piazzetta, that can be found in the heart of the town of Capri, near the Funicolare Rail Station.
The steps on the north side of Capri leading down to the Funicular (Mountain Tram).