Off the Island
Thanks to the swift and frequent maritime connections linking Capri with Naples, Sorrento and, in the summer, the Amalfi Coast, a trip to some of the Campania region's many attractions is one of the most popular ways of spending a day away from the island.
Pompei and Herculaneum
Both Pompei and Hercolaneum conserve the ruins of the ancient towns buried under the ash created by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 B.C. The archeological sites are easily reached form Capri. Sea connections to Sorrento (20 minutes in hydrofoil) run throughout the year. From Sorrento railway station, trains reach the sites in approximately 20 minutes. The journey from the port to the station of Sorrento takes just a few minutes by bus or taxi and a mere 10 minute walk
Positano Amalfi Amalfi Coast
From Capri, the legendary Amalfi Coast can quickly be reached by boat, with landings at Positano (circa 40 minutes) or Amalfi (circa 60 minutes). Direct sea connections are only available in the summer months. The Amalfi Coast can also be reached by bus from Sorrento (40 minutes to Positano; 1 hour to Amalfi). Positano is famous for its picturesque little lanes lined with boutiques selling the towns colorful beach wear. Amalfi is dominated by its magnificent majolica domed cathedral. The medieval town of Ravello, home to Villa Ruffolo and Villa Cimbrone, is perhaps best known for its splendid gardens.
A guide to organizing your boat trip sailing around the island aboard one of Capri's traditional "Gozzo" fishing boats.
The nature itineraries, panoramic coastal footpaths and spectacular viewing points in all the most beautiful corners of the island
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