"One of the magnetic points of the universe." This is how the writer and painter Alberto Savino described Capri, one of the most famous islands in the world. It is a true miracle the combination of land, sky, sea and light created by nature on this famous rock in the Gulf of Naples.
The sea caves, the stacks, the green vegetation on the steep cliffs, the magnificent views, the mix of art, culture and worldliness make it the most dreamed of and celebrated island. Capri has enchanted writers, poets, musicians and painters over the centuries. So many directors have chosen it as the backdrop for their films and so many celebrities have visited it. One of the first admirers of the island was the Roman emperor Tiberius, who spent the last years of his life here. But the island's definitive vocation was discovered in the mid-19th century, when visitors from all over the world chose it as their residence, forming the cosmopolitan colony that created the myth of Capri and the Blue Grotto.