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As long as I remember I've always wanted to visit this island. I finally had the chance last April while on a trip with friends. We stayed in Sorrento, so Capri was easily accessible by ferry boat. We were rushing about enjoying the other sights of the Campania region and just managed to catch the last boat to the island.

As long as I remember I’ve always wanted to visit this island. I finally had the chance last April while on a trip with friends. We stayed in Sorrento, so Capri was easily accessible by ferry boat. We were rushing about enjoying the other sights of the Campania region and just managed to catch the last boat to the island.

It was well worth the run! The trip itself is breathtaking. As you pull away from the Sorrento port, you’re given a 180 degree view of the coastline on one side and the other boasts of fantastic sea views with the sun setting and Capri looming in the horizon. Needless to say, it’s definitely a horizon, Supersampler and Fisheye time! Though a full day is sufficient to explore the island, we had only but a few hours (shame!) to get a taste of this lovely location.

The beach isn’t anything special however it’s the whole atmosphere of the people, the architecture and the fresh sea air that completes the experience. The best part is that travel to the island is fairly reasonable and boats leave
the port at least every hour. It’s approximately 27 euros/person round trip from Sorrento and takes only a mere 30 min. There are ferries from Naples as well however I’m not certain how much it costs and the trip is considerably longer (I’m guessing easily over an
hour). Go for it!
http://www.capri.net/

http://www.capritourism.com/

http://www.isle-of-capri.net/capri_eng.php

written by golfpunkgirl

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