Why visit Capri, What to see:
Is there a word in any language meaning “wild nature and luxury at the same time”? If not, so let’s say it's ‘Capri’!
The island is a botanical garden with about 750 different types of plants, floating in the middle of the Tyrrhenian Sea, surrounded by water and air, with the delightful views of Ischia, Procida, Phlegraean Fields, Naples, the Vesuvius, Sorrentine peninsula and the Amalfi coast.
Its deep blue waters hide shipwrecks dating from the ancient times to the times of the World War II. Its rocks, overhanging the sea, seem to protect the treasure inside them: the open-air museum of luxury, the classy couture boutiques, the perfumeries with long tradition, and the splendour villas of Capri, where VIPs of all over the world stay for their holidays with their loved ones, or just for spending a weekend.
All this is on a plot of the land between the sky and the sea of the Neapolitan gulf.