During the antiquity, Capri was occupied by the Greeks and the Romans, Augustus and Tiberius emperors made it their privileged vacancies destination. The second one built several villas there.
It is an island-garden, a rock with luxuriant vegetation surrounded by a deep blue sea and whose mazes of white lanes are favourable to have a walk, as well in Capri than in its neighbour Anacapri. The first city is most known, one accosts downwards at the Marina Grande, it is the most touristic of both. The second, more authentic, is also cheaper, although the "abuses" are practised there too. Very frequent bus connect it to the rest of the island : Capri, Marina Grande ....
Interesting places to discover on the island : the two cities and their churches among its San Michele in Anacapri with its astonishing pavement ; the Piazzetta in Capri and its lanes, the ancient Villa Jovis, the Faraglioni, the Marina Piccola, Solaro mount, the Villa San Michele, the Grotta Azzura cave (visit by boat), the gardens of Augustus, Arco Naturale, the Malaparte Villa located at the end of the Massullo cap, the Certosa San Giacomo.
Many paths also make it possible to discover the natural richnesses. Several caves surround the island, most can be discovered in boat.
Photos from Capri