In the middle of the Gulf of Naples, the island of Capri has been a holiday resort since the time of the Roman Empire
Lush, distinctive and welcoming, Capri has been visited over the centuries by intellectuals, artists and writers, all of whom have been enraptured by its magnetic beauty.
After reaching the peak of its celebrity in the 1950s, Capri's fame has never faded and in the summer it continues to attract crowds of tourists with its coastline dotted with coves, luxury hotels and boutiques where you can find everything from the trendiest designer labels to typical products such as limoncello and handmade leather sandals.
The Faraglioni, Capri's iconic rocks, immortalised in so many postcards that have travelled the world since the last century
Capri is an irresistible idyll that combines relaxation with hedonism, which is why it has conquered Roman emperors, Russian revolutionaries and Hollywood stars. It is the quintessence of Mediterranean charm: a place to lose yourself in picturesque piazzas and cafés with outdoor tables, Roman ruins and marinas.