These iconic rock formations
are one of the most recognizable symbols of Capri,
and the view from a boat is simply spectacular.
They are three rocky peaks that emerge from the crystal-clear
waters of the Mediterranean, and you can sail between them.
The Grotta azzurra (Blue cave)
is one of the most famous attractions in Capri,
with its enchanting waters of intense blue.
You can only enter in small rowing boats
and the feeling of floating in a cave
of intense blue is a unique experience.
Marina Piccola is a beautiful inlet
protected by towering cliffs.
The view of this beach from the sea is beautiful,
with crystal-clear water and white sand.
Located on the western coast of Capri,
Punta Carena is a coastal area that is still
relatively untouched and wild.
You can see the rocky cliffs that dive
into the sea and enjoy the sunset over the sea.
This “green cave” is another cave located
on the coast of the island of Capri,
but it is less famous than the Blue one.
The Green cave takes its name from the intense green color
of the water inside the cave, which is illuminated
by sunlight filtering through the cave opening.
The view of the Green cave from the sea is breathtaking,
with the water sparkling in an intense emerald color.
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