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Capri, one of the magnetic points of the universe

The island of Capri is among the most picturesque and most visited places in Campania. A landscape of wild beauty sculpted by the wind, the sea and the ingenious imprint of man. Its beauty and fame have been known since the ancients had linked it to the myths of Ulysses and the Sirens and still attracts many visitors who make its breathtaking panoramas the most popular destination. The karst island has a steep and very jagged coast, crowned by the famous Faraglioni, large and original rocky rocks, and by countless caves with suggestive plays of light.

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Among these, the most famous is the famous Blue Grotto, inextricably linked to the tourist history of Capri, a myth that resists over time and continues to be a favorite destination for travelers, intellectuals and international personalities who meet, at all hours, in the mythical Piazzetta, a real open-air lounge.

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There are many places to visit to retrace the past of this enchanted place, discovered and conquered already by several empires such as that of the ancient Romans, whose passage is evidenced by numerous archaeological finds such as the remains of Villa Jovis built by Emperor Tiberius. The dome of the church of Santo Stefano, in baroque style, built in the seventeenth century on the ruins of a pre-existing church.The medieval village, characterized by the Certosa di San Giacomo, from 1371, which preserves valuable works of art, such as the portal with bas-reliefs and the fourteenth-century fresco in the lunette. To the many cultural references, to the charm of the sea and nature, Capri also combines the passion for shopping. Elegant boutiques and craft shops mix together, along the characteristic alleys, to offer Made in Italy items and typical products. The local gastronomy is also rich and tasty, linked to the maritime and peasant traditions of the island.

 

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