Abruzzi N Park
Capri is a little Island attached to the region of Campania, in the South of the country. The island is accessed by taking a boat from Naples, a nice excuse to go for a ride on the blue Mediterranean waters. If you take the early ferry (the one at 6.45AM), then as you travel to Capri, the sun rises over the mountains. The sky turns from deep violet to pink to orange to gold. It is an amazingly beautiful sight, certainly worth waking up at the ungodly hour!
The island has been inhabited for ages, since the Ancient Greeks in fact, and later on the Romans left their own mark, building magnificent villas which are still standing today, like Villa Jovis, the splendid residence of the Emperor Tiberius .
The island has attracted many famous artists and writers, such as Pablo Picasso, Jean Cocteau, and Oscar Wilde, who revelled and found inspiration in its beauty.
Though in their time, the island was a relatively confidential place, today it attracts an impressive amount of tourists, especially considering to the size of the island. The actual village of Capri is simply enchanting, and the rocky shores around the island (like the Grotta Azzurra) which are dotted with houses, have their own unique charm, enhanced by the Mediterranean climate.
The flora, which is one of the richest in the whole country, covers the island with gay colours, even during the cold seasons. And its fauna comprises many marine species and many types of birds, which makes the island and its surroundings come alive all around you