Renting a boat to Capri or taking a magnificent boat tour in Capri is the best way to visit this refined and chic island.
To be able to say that you have been to Capri, and have visited it far and wide, you cannot fail to take a tour of the island by renting a splendid boat or yacht. Crystal clear sea, famous places of interest all over the world, and the feeling of being on the set of a film.
Many luxury brands, such as, for example, Dolce and Gabbana choose Capri and its stacks, for commercials visible all over the world. The island of Capri has become a tourist destination for many Italian and international VIPs who, every year, during the summer, decide to spend a few days here. Just look at the large yachts and super-yachts in the harbor off the island to get an idea of the large luxury tourism that characterizes it.
Therefore, taking a boat tour, renting it both in the adjacent coastal areas (Amalfi Coast, Naples, Salerno or the Phlegraean Fields) and on the island, will make you experience the true seafaring soul of this wonderful island. Only by sea, in fact, you can admire all the beauty of Capri with its caves, inlets and secret coves.
Places of interest in Capri by boat
- Faraglioni of Capri
- Blue Cave
- White Grotto and Green Grotto
- Punta Carena lighthouse
- Marina Piccola and Marina Grande
Speaking of the places of interest for a boat tour to Capri, we cannot fail to mention the very famous “Faraglioni di Capri” first. Rock formations produced by marine erosion, the tourists who visit them form a convoy to pass inside the cave formed in one of them. Romantic shots as the boat passes inside the cave, photos with the stacks behind them and the numerous large yachts around, will be precious memories.
As mentioned, Capri is full of beautiful caves and inlets; among these, another famous and interesting place is the Blue Grotto. 25 meters wide and 60 meters long with an entrance less than a meter high. To enter you have to lie down on the bottom of a rowboat that slides through the small arch. Inside we find ourselves floating in the dark, on a water so blue it seems transparent. The entrance fee is 14 euros per person.
All around the island of Capri, it will be possible to admire a wonderful panorama and identify various places where to take a dip and have fun. Further caves to visit are the White Grotto and the Green Grotto. The first takes its name from white incrustations of limestone on its sides and from groups of white stalactites that hang from the roof and fringe the entrance. The Green Grotto, on the other hand, is known above all for the color of the water inside which, due to particular plays of light, takes on the color green. Little mention should also be made of the Punta Carena lighthouse, the second largest in Italy.
Aperitif in Capri at sunset
At the end of the day, towards sunset, after the boat tour, there is nothing better than enjoying an aperitif on one of the magnificent terraces and bars on the island. Luxury, suggestive and chic environments, where it will not be difficult to meet one or more famous people who frequent Capri during your stay