Situated on the south of Italy's Mediterranean coast, Capri is a beautiful island rich in culture and picturesque views. A renowned beauty spot since the Romans dominated Europe, holidays to Capri are famed for memories of blue seas, breathtaking scenery and fine local cuisine. The island is particularly noted for its attraction to celebrities, with its central plaza frequented by paparazzi on the lookout for silver screen and football stars. For the cheapest holidays to Italy, book today with On The Beach!
Capri is similar to most Mediterranean towns in that the peak summer months of July and August provide the warmest weather, although these are the busiest times to visit. High season does officially begin in May, and lasts until September, so it is often advised to visit in either of these months as well as June, when the weather is still pleasant but the numbers of tourists (and the prices!) have fallen. These are often great times to pick up last minute deals or bargain breaks, as holiday makers return to school and work.
Jan - 12ºC
Feb - 14ºC
Mar - 18ºC
Apr - 20ºC
May - 21ºC
Jun - 24ºC
Jul - 26ºC
Aug - 27ºC
Sep - 25ºC
Oct - 20ºC
Nov - 15ºC
Dec - 10ºC
Things To Do on Holidays
No trip to Capri is complete without a trip to the grotta azzurra, or the Blue Grotto. This sea cave boasts an unrivalled phenomenon in that the water seems to be lit from below by a vibrant blue light. Capri is also home to twelve majestic Roman villas, perhaps most notably Villa Jovis, the second highest point of the island on the peak of Mt. Tiberio.
Aside from the island's natural beauty, the central piazzetta is lined with expensive boutiques and shops, although the area does extremely well in preserving its architectural history. Boat trips offers alternative tours of the island, as well as day trips to nearby towns and resorts, such as Naples.
Things to do: Culture
Capri's growth into the tourist spot it is today began with the Romans. Occupation under both Augustus and Tiberius left a lasting footprint on the island, with Tiberius ruling the rest of the Empire from this very place. The technological advancement of the Romans also greatly enhanced the island's development, with ports, modern water and drainage systems and a number of famous villas left behind in the process. In the Middle Ages, the island appointed San Costanzo as its leader in order to stave off Saracen invasion, and came under the rule of Naples.
More recently, Capri endured a brief stint under French occupation in 1806, although was retained by Naples relatively quickly. The island has since become a haven for artists, the breathtaking panoramas proving inspirational for many painters and poets.
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