Island of Capri is one of the most beautiful islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea. For this reason, every year, attracts thousands of tourists from around the world
Only 20 km by car separate La Morella farm stay from the tourist port of Salerno from which you can take a ferryboat (or hydrofoil) reaching Capri.
Farmhouse near Capri
Before you leave La Morella we can give you all information about how to reach it and what you could visit arriving on the isle. In the eighteen hundreds the name “Capri” began to become known in the rest of the world. Capri’s fame increased with the growing interest in travel, which brought to the island the first of a long stream of foreign visitors. Capri became a place where to dedicate oneself to otium and the art of hospitality. The fortune of the Island of Capri’s hospitality industry has been in its ability to welcome, with the same care and discretion, guests of every social extraction.
One of the most apprecied attraction of the isle is the Blue Cave, a suggestive cave known throughout the world for its size, the intense blue tones of its interior and the magical silvery light which emanates from the objects immersed in its waters. Visitors to the “Grotta Azzurra” can arrive either by bus or taxi from Anacapri; or by boat from Marina Grande in one of the tour boats which stop at the entrance of the cave during the trip around the island. In order to enter the Grotta Azzurra visitors climb aboard small rowing boats, with a capacity for two, maximum three, passengers and, lying on the bottom of the boat, enter the low and narrow mouth of the cave. Entrance to the cave is not possible in the presence of south westerly and mistral winds.