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Though sunbathing, shopping, and the Blue Grotto will be high on most visitors' lists, Capri does have some other worthwhile attractions, both cultural and natural. You can visit the remains of the Emperor Tiberius' lofty palace, the Villa Jovis, or catch the cable car up Monte Solaro to see a wilder side of the island. And although it's seen by many as a laid-back, dolce vita kind of place, Capri is also a walkers' paradise, offering everything from appetite-building strolls to serious treks and rock scrambles.

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Anacapri, Anacapri

In the hills to the west of Capri Town, this village sits in idyllic seclusion—though these days, it's also lined with shops aimed at the tourists who are...more

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Arco Naturale, Capri

This huge natural limestone arch is all that is left of a wave- and wind-eroded cave. Steps descend to the Grotta Matromania, a cave believed to have been...more

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The rocky coast of Capri is not known for its beaches. Marina Piccola, the best of the bunch (it's one of the few with a real sweep of sand) is usually covered...more

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Blue Grotto, Capri

No trip to Capri is complete without a visit to the island's most famous natural attraction, a partially submerged rock cave where refracted sunlight turns the...more

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Boats, Capri

You can't truly appreciate the sheer drama of Capri's theater of sea, cliffs, and sky until you've circumnavigated it. Boat tours to the Blue Grotto only...more

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Capri Town, Capri Town

Situated just below the postcard-pretty clock tower, the famous Piazzetta (officially known as Piazza Umberto I) is both the entrance to the island's main town...more

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Ignazio Cerio, Capri Town

Capri Town has a ramshackle but fascinating one-man collection in the Centro Caprense, a cultural center dedicated to the doctor, amateur archaeologist,...more

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Via Krupp, Capri

In the early 1900s, German steel magnate and longtime Capri summer resident Friedrich Alfred Krupp financed the construction of a spectacular footpath...more

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Villa Jovis

The grandest of Emperor Tiberius's 12 villas on the island, Villa Jovis was the seat of his empire between 27 and 37 A.D. Today, you can tour the ruins of the...more

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Villa San Michele, Anacapri

Second only to the Blue Grotto among Capri visitor attractions, this Arcadian refuge on the slopes of Monte Solaro, five minutes' walk from Piazza Vittoria in...more

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