Distances from Capri
From Capri to Sorrento: 30 minutes by ferry
From Capri to Naples: 50 minutes by ferry
From Capri to Positano: 40 minutes by ferry
From Capri to Pompeii: 30 minutes by ferry to Sorrento + 30 minutes by car
How long does it take to see Capri on foot?
You need a couple of hours to visit Capri town, and another couple of hours to visit the town of Anacapri. Keep in mind that it will take about 30 minutes to get from the port to the Piazzetta in Capri town and another 30 to travel between the towns of Capri and Anacapri.
Can I drive to Capri?
There are ferries that embark vehicles to Capri, but visitors cannot bring cars or motorcycles to the island from April to October.
How do I get to the Faraglioni on Capri?
The only way to reach the Faraglioni is by sea (with a boat tour or rental) or via the two nearby private beach clubs: Luigi ai Faraglioni or La Fontelina. The best way to take in the beauty of the sea stacks, however, is from above. We suggest the scenic overlook in the Gardens of Augustus.
How do I get to the Blue Grotto on Capri?
You can reach the Blue Grotto from the Marina Grande port by boat or from the town of Anacapri by bus (the Anacapri - Grotta Azzurra route).
Is it possible to walk from Capri to Anacapri?
You can move between Capri and Anacapri on foot, considering the slopes and being cautious when traveling along the carriage road (there are stairs that allow you to cut some hairpin bends). The downhill route takes about half an hour. An alternative is to use the beautiful Scala Fenicia, which connects Anacapri to Marina Grande (bear in mind that the steps are numerous and high, so the route is challenging).
Do I need a car on Capri?
To visit the island of Capri, it is not necessary to have a car. Many distances can be easily covered on foot, alternatively there are several bus lines and the funicular that connects the port with the Piazzetta. If you prefer, you can move from one part of the island to another with one of the numerous taxis that serve Capri and Anacapri, or rent a scooter.
Is it easy to get around Capri?
Capri is a small island, the distances between the various attractions are limited and it is easy to visit the historic center on foot. Furthermore, many streets are pedestrian, so there are no dangers related to car traffic. The only difficulty is that the streets are often sloping, sometimes with steps or ramps. For some, therefore, getting around Capri on foot can be tiring. The beaches and bathing establishments are further away from the inhabited centers and can be reached more easily by bus or taxi.
Can you walk around Capri island?
The historic centers of Capri and Anacapri are small and can be explored on foot without problems. The distances between the two municipalities, between the historic centers and the port or the main beaches, are a few km and, unless you are a trekking enthusiast, can be covered by bus, taxi or scooter.
How big is the island of Capri?
The island of Capri is 6.2 km long and a maximum of 2.7 km wide, for a total surface area of ??10.3 square km.