Capri is simply amazing, from the bluest blue water to the craggiest craggy rock. Is craggiest even a word?
While it’s best known for it’s uber-shopping and tourist attractions like the Blue Grotto, there are plenty of places to get off the beaten path and enjoy a little solitude as you take in the island life.
Shoulder season is definitely the time to come, with cooler temperatures and thinner crowds.
Strolling down one of the many back alleys in Capri.
An Island in Itself
A tourist boat visits Il Faraglioni.
Colette looks up at the Faraglionis from Punta Tragara
A fisherman watches two rods closely as he hopes for some dinner.
Splashes of Color
Tiny wildflowers add splashes of color to the sheer cliffs at the Natural Arch.
Down the Coast
An amazing view of the Faraglionis in the distance from Punta Carena.
Into The Deep Blue
Deep inside the Blue Grotto, the sunlight makes the water shine an amazing azure color.
Colette relaxes with a glass of wine and watches the sun drop over the Tyrrhenian Sea.