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Capri Vacation Packages & Tours

The island of Capri rises like a massive blue-grey limestone rock with dramatic cliffs plunging to the brilliant blue sea. It’s surrounded by unique sea stacks and caves while offering a paradise that attracts plenty of the well-heeled, including big-name Hollywood celebrities. The Blue Grotto, one of the top attractions on the land, helped to make it one of the most popular destinations in the 19th century, drawing tourists from across the globe to enjoy its mild Mediterranean climate and stunning natural wonders. Capri town is the main city, renowned for its many high-end designer shops as well as being home to the spectacular Augustus Gardens. In tranquil Anacapri, hike or ride a chair lift to the summit of Mount Solaro for unbelievable views of the Amalfi Coast and the entire Bay of Naples. There are trails and paths to hike, countless boat tours and sunset cruises, delicious cuisine, and a wide range of accommodation options.

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Best Hotels in Capri

Capri offers a wide range of accommodation options, from charming family-run B&Bs and guest houses to apartment rentals, boutique hotels, and luxury resorts. Before deciding which to book you’ll want to determine where you’ll stay. The main areas include Capri Town, Anacapri and South Anacapri, Marina Grande, and Marina Piccola. There are positives and negatives of each, with the best destination depending on your interests, budget, and travel style. Capri Town is arguably the best for most visitors, particularly sightseers and those here for the first time. It’s well-connected via public transport with the funicular connecting it to Marina Grande for boat tours, ferries, cruises, and more. Anacapri provides a more tranquil setting, while South Anacapri is known for its budget-friendly accommodation. Marina Grande is great for families and anyone who plans to spend a lot of time on the water while Marina Piccola is known for offering a high-end stay that attracts many celebrities.

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Best Time to Visit Capri Island

With its striking beauty and mild, Mediterranean-like climate, Capri Island can be visited year-round, but most come between Easter and early November, the main tourist season, with the peak time July and August. Famous for its idyllic beaches, magnificent villas, lush gardens, and as a playground for the rich and famous, including celebrities, it’s the busiest, warmest, and most expensive in the summer, with temperatures that can reach well above 90 degrees. Many feel the best time to visit the island of Capri is in May through mid-June or September through mid-October. This is when the weather is pretty much perfect, with temperatures in the 70s, and the crowds aren’t at their thickest. While plenty of day-trippers are likely to be hanging around during the day, evenings are quite pleasant and peaceful as most have returned to the mainland. Winter is low season, with many hotels and restaurants closed, but you’ll have the sights to yourself.

Capri FAQs

How many days do you need in Capri?

We recommend 2-3 days in Capri. This gives you time to enjoy attractions, food, and relaxation. But it’s flexible based on what you want to do

What are the must-visit attractions in Capri?

Don’t miss the Blue Grotto, Faraglioni rocks, and charming Anacapri town. For more guidance on things to do in Capri,  see our full guide.

What is the best time to visit Capri?

The prime time to visit Capri is from April to September. This is when you’ll find great weather and a lively atmosphere for enjoying the island’s beauty and activities. For fewer crowds, consider coming in spring or early fall.


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