Villas in Capri
Famous for its wonderful natural beauty, ancient history, mild climate and bright landscape, the island of Capri is one of favorite destinations for international tourism. The prestige of the island, located at seventeen nautical miles south of Naples and three from the Sorrento Peninsula, dates back to past times, when it became a favorite haunt of the Roman emperors Augustus and Tiberius, who built 12 villas each dedicated to a different deity: the biggest, Villa Jovis, his habitual residence, was built on a cliff about 300 meters above sea level. Centuries later, Capri has maintained all its charm and, as well as once, it had become a place of temporary and permanent residence for artists, writers and poets. Today it continues to draw many travelers from all over the world under the shade of its characteristic Faraglioni. All these travelers can enjoy the ultimate comfort offered by the villas and apartments of WeVillas. Other magical places in the island of Capri are the beautiful Blue Grotto, the Certosa di San Giacomo, Villa Lysis, a splendid example of Art Nouveau, and the equally magnificent Villa San Michele, Monte Solaro in Anacapri where you can enjoy the best view of the island, the legendary "Piazzetta", a trendy place among the most famous in the world, and the Gardens of Augustus. For those who dream a dip in the sea, the bay of Marina Piccola is the right place to go: located on the south side of the island, with views of the Faraglioni, this bay is protected from behind by a steep rock wall that makes it always warm and poorly ventilated. A few meters from the bay there is also the Scoglio delle Sirene, where according to legend lived the sirens who bewitched Ulysses. Capri is the perfect destination for a truly unique vacation, even better if spent in one of the luxurious villas for rent by WeVillas.
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