Capri, a star-studded island in Italy’s Bay of Naples, is known for its diamond waters, luxury boutiques and of course, its Limoncello. With superyachts gracing the coastline year on year, it is no surprise this jewel of Italy is a superyacht owners favourite, and an island well worth discovering. 

Blue Grotto Beauty
There is no better aquatic exploration than into Capri's magical Blue Grotto. Anchor up and tender off under its beguiling caves,  where visitors can sail under its dramatic Faraglioni rock formations while marveling at nature's creation. With electric blue waters below and mystically beautiful walls, a sail under the Blue Grotto offers the perfect insight into the region's natural beauty and hidden discoveries. 

Capri Town
The bustling capital of Capri Town sits on the east of the island. For life best lived al fresco enjoy the town's Piazza Umberto, offering sumptuous dining spots, a bustling nightlife and famous line of boutiques on the Via Camerelle. Famous for its luxury designer fashion, it ensures you take home the perfect item after having visited one of the chicest island's of the region. No trip is worth leaving without unbeatable views by day or by night. For the best seat in the house, venture to Via Tragara where you can enjoy breathtaking views overlooking the Faraglioni rock formations,  offering an aerial view of the horizon like no where else.

West to Anacapri
If you're looking for the most spectacular view of the Bays of Naples, Anacapri's Monte Solaro is the place to go. Noted for its understated charm and unbeatable photo-captures, it also has lots to offer as a quieter, understated destination. Anacapri's turquoise water beaches invite you to perfect solitude and relaxation, while its art galleries and intriguing architecture make this cultural corner of Capri the island's best kept secret.