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Capri Summer Tour

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Departure from Amalfi, Capri, Positano, Sorrento, Massa Lubrense

Private boat with skipper
Transfers from Sorrento
Welcome drink on board

Apreamare 38 ft

From € 1,189 € 1,489 Per boat | Max 8 passengers

Duration 8 ore

(52 Reviews)

Departure from Capri

A traditional wooden gozzo boat
Explore the coastline at your own pace
English-speaking skipper

Gozzo Fratelli Aprea 7.80 and other options...

From € 200 Per boat | Max 10 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore 7 ore

Free cancellation

(216 Reviews)

Departure from Capri

A luxury sail around Capri
Fratelli Aprea lancia or gozzo boat
Welcome spumante toast and fresh fruit on board

Gozzo Fratelli Aprea 7.50 and other options...

From € 190 € 240 Per boat | Max 10 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore

(175 Reviews)
Island Tour + Blue Grotto Visit - Yellow Line
Bestseller Shared

Departure from Capri

Save time and money
Kids ride free
The best way to visit the island by sea!


€ 21 per guest

Duration 2 ore

Free cancellation

(271 Reviews)
Capri in gozzo , swimming and Faraglioni Rocks

Departure from Capri

A 2- or 3-hour boat tour around the island
A traditional gozzo boat
Discover the coast and swim in Capri's crystalline waters

Gozzo Caprese and other options...

From € 139 € 180 Per boat | Max 10 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore 8 ore

(175 Reviews)

Departure from Capri

Enjoy Capri in total freedom
Stop to swim in quiet coves
Relax on a comfortable speedboat or a traditional gozzo

Tuccoli 30 and other options...

From € 220 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore 7 ore

Free cancellation

From Sorrento: Hydrofoil to Amalfi & Positano

Departure from Sorrento

Avoid traffic and delays
Admire the coastline by sea
Stop in both Positano and Amalfi

Hydrofoil from Sorrento 9:30AM

€ 40 per guest

Duration 9 ore

Semi-private tour of Pompeii & Mt. Vesuvius from Naples

Departure from Naples

Authorized guides!
Lunch ( Pizza and Soft Drinks) included
Pick-up and drop off in Naples

Bus Pompeii & Mt. Vesuvius from Naples

€ 70 per guest

Duration 8 ore

Free cancellation

(378 Reviews)
Capri Private Gozzo Boat Tour for an Unforgettable Day

Departure from Capri

A boat tour of the Faraglioni and grottoes
Explore the coast of Capri
Stop to swim in the crystalline waters


From € 179 € 200 Per boat | Max 6 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore 6 ore

(83 Reviews)

Departure from Capri

Sail past the Faraglioni and Blue Grotto, stopping to swim. Boat with wc. Towels, snorkeling masks on board.

Lancia Apreamare 10 m

From € 200 Per boat | Max 12 passengers

Duration 2 ore 3 ore 4 ore 6 ore

(361 Reviews)
Boat Tour of the Island with the Faraglioni

Departure from Capri

Skip the line and depart with no wait
Guaranteed lowest price
No booking fees

Motonave Capri

€ 21 per guest

Duration 1 hour 1 hour

Free cancellation

(263 Reviews)

Departure from Capri

Visit the caves and beautiful pots on Capri
Optional Blue Grotto visit
Limoncello toast

Gozzo boat 7,5 mt

From € 280 Per boat | Max 4 passengers

Duration 3 ore

Free cancellation

(1121 Reviews) Your Complete Guide

It is said that Charles Dickens once noted, "There is no spot in the world with such delightful possibilities of repose as this little isle." Though a century has passed, the reflection still rings true. From the towering Faraglioni and Tiberius' Leap to the sparkling waters of Marina Piccola and Marina Grande, all of Capri invites visitors to slow their pace and savor the island's many beauties spread out under the warm Mediterranean sun and enveloped in the lush island countryside.

Where is the island of Capri?

Capri is set in the blue waters of Italy's Tyrrhenian Sea in the Bay of Naples just off the Sorrentine Peninsula in the southern Italian region of Campania. The island is connected to the mainland all year round with ferries and hydrofoils that run from Naples (Napoli) and Sorrento. There are also ferries from Ischia, Salerno, and the Amalfi Coast (Positano and Amalfi) in the summer months. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Capri from Sorrento and about an hour to reach Capri from Naples by ferry, so is an easy day trip from the mainland.

Where should I stay on the island?

The Isle of Capri has two municipal areas: Capri town and Anacapri.
Capri town is home to the famed "Piazzetta" and the nearby Via Camerelle, both lined with high-end boutiques, fashionable cafés, luxury hotels, and nightclubs. This is where celebrities from across the globe come to see and be seen by day and by night. The island's main church, the Cathedral of Santo Stefano with its famed bell tower, is also located here. Inside the church, you can see the silver bust of San Costanzo, the patron saint of the island.

To reach the Piazzetta, you have to catch the funicular from Marina Grande, the port at sea level. Marina Grande is also home to the largest and most family-friendly beach on the island. On the opposite coast, Marina Piccola is home to the only other beach.

The other island town is Anacapri, which sits on the high inland hills at the foot of Monte Solaro. There are no beaches here, but below the town there are the rocky coastlines of the Punta Carena lighthouse and Gradola, near the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra), where beach clubs have been set up. Anacapri has a delightful historic center, largely pedestrian, where there are excellent restaurants for sampling Neapolitan specialties like fresh mozzarella caprese salad and local fish and seafood. You can also visit Axel Munthe's famed Villa San Michele.

What should I see on Capri?

The first thing you should do when arriving for a Capri day trip is take a boat tour around the island to admire iconic landmarks like the Faraglioni and grottoes by sea. You can also take the chairlift to the top of Monte Solaro, stroll the Pizzolungo trail to the natural Arch, visit the Gardens of Augustus over the scenic Via Krupp, take in the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, admire the breathtaking views from the Tragara overlook, and tour the ancient Roman ruins of Tiberius' villas.

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes on Capri, because you will be doing quite a bit of walking. Either on hiking trails through the countryside, along flower-lined town lanes, or across scenic overlooks with views of the sea...Capri is an island best explored on foot.


We can suggest the best tours and experiences to fit your group and travel style during your visit to Capri!

History lover? Take this trip to see the villas built on Capri by Emperor Tiberius.

From the crowd-filled Piazzetta to wild beauty of coastal Capri

A trip to the top to see Capri from above

Villa San Michele,The Casa Rossa, Centro Caprense, The Charterhouse of San Giacomo.

Far from the crowds, walking on the wild side of Capri

Marina Grande, Capri, Anacapri, Punta Carena's Lighthouse, the Blue Grotto: discover all the island's sights in just a few hours by scooter!

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Top sights

From the Natural Arch to Tragara, via the cave of Matermania.

The most magnificent of all Emperior Tiberius' island residences.

Panoramic gardens and an incredible feat of engineering.

The 14th century masterpiece in the heart of Capri.

You haven't really seen Capri until you've seen Capri by sea.

Tiberius' Sacred Santuary: Capri's Blue Grotto.