Capri, Italy

A truly wonderful place to be in. The small Italian island of Capri is situated 5 km from the mainland in the Bay of Naples, a celebrated beauty spot and coastal resort since the days of the Roman Republic until now. Capri, known in Greek mythology as the isle of the sirens, was a favored resort of the Roman emperors. Capri is reachable by boat only, while you can get around by foot, bus, funicolare or taxi.

There are a lot of things that you can see here, from the beautiful sunrise most choose to see to Blue Grotto (a beautiful cave at the water’s edge with a tiny opening to the sea that opens and closes with the tide, used as a bath since the Roman times). People also often choose to visit Villa San Michele and Villa Jovis.

Also, you might want to keep in mind that there are several festivals so that you can time your trip making sure you get to see one of the few great festival Capri has to offer.
Festival of San Costanzo On May 14th every year, the patron saint of the town of Capri, San Costanzo, is celebrated.
Festival of Sant’Antonio On June 13th every year, the patron saint of the town of Anacapri is celebrated with a large rustic festival.
International Folklore Festival During the 1st week of August, Anacapri plays host to a range of events in its squares, featuring musical bands and folk dance companies.
Settembrata Anacaprese in September is a large rustic festival for celebrating the grape harvest: 10 days of celebration dedicated to the island’s typical produce, including shows, competitions and games.

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