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    Emperor Tiberius retired here, Maxim Gorky while exiled here invited Lenin to stay, Gracie Fields and Graham Greene lived here, and Jackie Onassis had her sandals made here; Capri's beguiling beauty and hedonism have charmed an eclectic collection of glitterati and intelligentsia over the years.

    Capri rises up to a thousand feet out of the Bay of Naples, and its fabled charms take hold as soon as you climb from the dock. Should you wish to tap into a bit of Hollywood nostalgia, don your Sophia Loren sunglasses and, from the ferry, take a vintage open-top limousine to Capri town, enjoying the warm wind in your hair and the dramatic glimpses of the plunging landscape between flora, limestone and the deep blue sea.

    In town, boutiques and cafés cluster around the pretty domed church of Santo Stefano in the Piazza Umberto I, but it’s easy to escape to the peace and quiet of the shady, 14th century cloisters of Certose di San Giacomo.

    The island’s other town of note, Anacapri, dominates the western side of the island and, with its white villas, boutiques, bars and flowering bougainvillea, it is the most exclusive and unspoilt part of the island and, from its dominant position, offers breath taking views over the Bay of Naples.

    Cuisine

    Restaurant Da Tonino is welcoming, unpretentious and located in the countryside just beyond Capri town. The seasonal menu boasts fish and seafood dishes, rabbit, fresh pasta and risottos and there’s an extensive wine cellar. If you’d prefer to sit amongst lemon trees to dine, there is the delicious fish, seafood and fresh salads of Da Paolino Lemon Trees. La Capannina has a fascinating collection of photos of celebrities who have lunched there since the 1930’s.

    When to visit

    As a holiday on its own, or a twin centre trip with Sorrento, Naples or the Amalfi Coast, Capri is at its most welcoming between May and September; August is particularly hot and can be busy.

    Call 0800 294 9322 to start planning your luxury Capri holiday with our knowledgeable Italy specialists

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Emperor Tiberius retired here, Maxim Gorky while exiled here invited Lenin to stay, Gracie Fields and Graham Greene lived here, and Jackie Onassis had her sandals made here; Capri's beguiling beauty and hedonism have charmed an eclectic collection of glitterati and intelligentsia over the years.

Capri rises up to a thousand feet out of the Bay of Naples, and its fabled charms take hold as soon as you climb from the dock. Should you wish to tap into a bit of Hollywood nostalgia, don your Sophia Loren sunglasses and, from the ferry, take a vintage open-top limousine to Capri town, enjoying the warm wind in your hair and the dramatic glimpses of the plunging landscape between flora, limestone and the deep blue sea.

In town, boutiques and cafés cluster around the pretty domed church of Santo Stefano in the Piazza Umberto I, but it’s easy to escape to the peace and quiet of the shady, 14th century cloisters of Certose di San Giacomo.

The island’s other town of note, Anacapri, dominates the western side of the island and, with its white villas, boutiques, bars and flowering bougainvillea, it is the most exclusive and unspoilt part of the island and, from its dominant position, offers breath taking views over the Bay of Naples.

Cuisine

Restaurant Da Tonino is welcoming, unpretentious and located in the countryside just beyond Capri town. The seasonal menu boasts fish and seafood dishes, rabbit, fresh pasta and risottos and there’s an extensive wine cellar. If you’d prefer to sit amongst lemon trees to dine, there is the delicious fish, seafood and fresh salads of Da Paolino Lemon Trees. La Capannina has a fascinating collection of photos of celebrities who have lunched there since the 1930’s.

When to visit

As a holiday on its own, or a twin centre trip with Sorrento, Naples or the Amalfi Coast, Capri is at its most welcoming between May and September; August is particularly hot and can be busy.

Call 0800 294 9322 to start planning your luxury Capri holiday with our knowledgeable Italy specialists

Featured hotels

Capri Palace

5 Star Luxury

Set on the quieter western side of Capri, in the exclusive hillside town of Anacapri, the luxurious Capri Palace boasts exceptionally high levels of service and offers magnificent views over the Bay of Naples and the Island of Ischia.

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Caesar Augustus

5 Star

Perched high on a cliff edge, in a fabulous position 300m above the sea, this distinguished Relais & Chateaux hotel

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Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa

Set in extensive gardens just above the Marina Grande and with fabulous views of the Bay of Naples, delightful boutique style Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa offers impeccable service, stylish surroundings and the ambiance and comfort of an early 20th century home.

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Featured hotels

Capri Palace

5 Star Luxury

Set on the quieter western side of Capri, in the exclusive hillside town of Anacapri, the luxurious Capri Palace boasts exceptionally high levels of service and offers magnificent views over the Bay of Naples and the Island of Ischia.

Caesar Augustus

5 Star

Perched high on a cliff edge, in a fabulous position 300m above the sea, this distinguished Relais & Chateaux hotel

Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa

Set in extensive gardens just above the Marina Grande and with fabulous views of the Bay of Naples, delightful boutique style Villa Marina Capri Hotel & Spa offers impeccable service, stylish surroundings and the ambiance and comfort of an early 20th century home.

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