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Capri is a gorgeous little island located in the Gulf of Naples off the Italian coast. This natural wonder has been a popular destination since Roman times due to its highly favorable climate and continues to be a top spot for honeymooners and families, with luxurious villas where large groups can spread out. When you're planning your vacation you can leave it to Venere to find you just the right place to rest your head in Capri. Maps showing local attractions, thoughts of past travelers, and helpful photos of sample rooms round off the booking experience. So you'll know you'll have a great base from which to explore this delightful island.

What's Capri Like?

With its outstanding natural wonders as well as traces of thousands of years of human habitation, you can't get bored on Capri. Take the fascinating remains of Emperor Tiberius's Villa Jovis, ingeniously built into the cliff so he could look out for invaders. Out in the water we have the magnificent Sea Giants, spurs of rock which jut dramatically out of the sea. Then there's the Grotta Azzura, an under cliff cave reachable by boat where the water is a dazzlingly brilliant blue. The Augustus Gardens are a marvel of engineering, a series of hairpin paths cut into the cliff, lined with flowers and where you get the best view of the Sea Giants. The Charter house of San Giacomo is a 14th-century complex designed for a life of religious contemplation and still retains a hushed, tranquil air. The quaint harbor at Marina Grande has fishing boats and colorful houses. You'll find Capri hotels not far from all of these.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Capri

Capri islanders share many etiquette points with their mainland cousins. A warm handshake and eye contact is preferred when greeting, and use those well-rehearsed Italian phrases. Capri is replete with many fantastic restaurants serving seafood and pizza that is wholesome and filling. A top tip is to drink beer with your pizza, not wine, as the locals do. As Capri is a fairly rugged island, you'll be fine to wear your t-shirts and shorts during the day but of course it's de rigeur to make an effort before entering any classy restaurants in the evening. If you're cooking for yourself, the local markets are a great place to pick up fresh produce such as fish, olives, and crusty bread. So start planning that dream vacation and check out accommodation experts Venere's range of Capri hotels today.