Capri is the most famous island in the Gulf of Naples. About 6.4 kilometers long and 3.2 kilometers wide, it is covered with lush vegetation and offers a jagged coastline. Capri is visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world. Famous personalities have visited and lived here in the past such as Tiberius who retires to Capri in 24 BC. The most famous attraction of the island is the Blue Grotto. You get there with a boat from the port and then be transferred to typical small boats and go through the small entrance. Piazza Umberto I. better known as Piazzetta, is the heart of the island with the beautiful baroque church of Santo Stefano, the various cafes in the open where you can sit and admire the local life. The colorful gardens of Augustus are a sort of little paradise. Connected to Marina Grande by the Via Krupp, they offer a superb view of the famous Faraglioni. These three rocks called Stella, Faraglione di Mezzo and Scapolo are immersed in a deep blue. The Certosa di San Giacomo, the Belvedere of Punta Tragara, the Natural Arch, Villa Jovis, Villa San Michele and Monte Solaro can not miss in your visit. Capri is easily reachable by hydrofoil from the port of Sorrento. The journey takes about 25 minutes.