The Faraglioni from Punta Cannone of Capri
The Faraglioni from Punta Cannone

The hotel is situated in the beautiful island of Capri, in the city center at about 100 meters from the square, famous for its worldliness. Capri is divided into two towns, Capri and Anacapri, it is a part of archipelago Neapolitan that includes the islands of Ischia and Procida. Unlike those that are of volcanic origin, Capri differs geologically for its calcareous-sedimentary, like the rest of the Sorrento peninsula, where once you think it was physically connected. It is characterized by the high roughness of the area with high sea cliffs and towering calcareous cliffs.

The Umberto I square of Capri at night
The Umberto I square at night

The Island has a vaguely rectangular shape and a surface of 10 kmq, extending as little more than 6 km in length and 2 to the maximum width. The perimeter does not exceed 17 km.
The highest point is Mount Solaro 589 meters, offering a unique spectacle, with its cliffs along the sea, and a unique view that includes the entire territory of Capri, with a spectacular view over the Faraglioni, Mount Tiberio with the ruins of Villa Jovis then sweeping across the entire peninsula of Sorrento, the Amalfi coast, the little islands of Galli.

View from Cetrella over Monte Tiberio
View from Cetrella over Monte Tiberio
View from Cetrella over Faraglioni
View from Cetrella over Faraglioni
Sunset from Tragara
Sunset from Tragara
Marina Grande (The Capri's Port)
Marina Grande (The Port)



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