There is a certain charm of traveling to different parts of Italy.
We have explored this majestic nation throughout the past few years and believe one of the most underrated day trips would be to Capri from Positano.
Those who are staying in Positano will want to include this on their itinerary. It’s quite the experience. If you are going to Italy in the summer then this is a worthwhile day trip that is going to open your eyes to some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet.
Here is our take on how to get to Capri from Positano and what to consider.
Ferry To Capri
You are going to have to take the ferry from Positano to Capri and back.
There is no Italian bus going to this part of the nation. As you begin to explore Italy, you are going to want to consider the fastest transportation to where you are going and in this case, the only option you are going to have is the ferry.
Before hopping onto the ferry, we recommend buying food from an Italian grocery store. This will allow you to stock up a bit.
Get the ticket for the ferry to Capri and then make sure you arrive on time.
It’s going to take around 1/2 hour to get to Capri. The same goes when you are coming back. It’s a breeze on a warm day and you are going to have a lot of fun.
Things To Do In Capri
Monte Salaro is a beautiful place.
You are going to want to spend time at the Piazza Vittoria, which is going to give you access to Monte Solaro. To get up there, you are going to have to get on a chairlift, which will have a separate ticket that has to be purchased.
Is it worth going up? Yes, it is.
The views are breathtaking and you are going to enjoy your time there.
When you are dropped off by the chairlift, you are going to be able to see the rest of the island from up there. It is breathtaking to say the least.
You are going to have a great time.
This is a popular attraction in Capri.
The Blue Grotto is a beautiful location that is set up to allow you to soak in the natural beauty of Capri. For a lot of people, this is the first thing they are going to do when visiting Capri, and rightly so. It’s gorgeous.
We do adore this location and find it is best to come when there is less rush. It will make it a lot easier to enjoy the area.
You will want to plan ahead when going to the Blue Grotto in Capri.
This includes your transportation.
Most people are going to take a boat out to the area, but others will prefer taking the bus. This is up to you and how much time you have.
We do recommend going earlier in the day as you are going to get the boat ticket faster. This will also help you beat the rush in the area and ensure you get to enjoy your time there. This is essential.
For the most part, you are going to have a boat go out to the area straight from where the ferry dropped you.
The cost is going to vary depending on the company you go with.
Gardens Of Augustus
This is one of the most beautiful parts of Capri.
You are going to want to head out to the Gardens of Augustus when you are here because the scenery is exceptional and you are going to be in awe of the natural beauty all around you. It’s one of the most popular spots in Capri because of how visually appealing it is.
You can walk around and just explore the area to your heart’s content.
It’s important to note that you will have to pay to walk through the area, but it is going to be well worth it. You will have a good time when you are at the Gardens of Augustus and that’s what matters the most.
This is a classic stop when you are in Capri.
The reason you are going to want to spend time here is just being able to do a bit of shopping in Capri. Even those who are living in Italy and have a home in Italy are going to want to visit Via Camerelle from time to time.
What is so special about Via Camarelle in Capri?
It is home to a long list of shops. This includes known brands and other businesses that are going to be a big reason for you wanting to stop by.
Plus, when you are done, there are numerous places to have a warm meal. There are several eateries in the area and you are going to be spoiled for choice when it comes to the local cuisine.
Take The Ferry Back To Positano
Your day is now done.
You are going to have to head back to the Marina, where the ferry is going to be docked. This is going to be based on the timing that is on your ticket.
Please keep a note of this.
You are going to take the ferry back to Positano from Capri and it is going to take approximately 30 minutes.
This is what you are going to want to do on a day trip to Capri Italy.
It is one of the best experiences you are going to have when you are staying in Italy or visiting the beautiful nation. For those who are in Positano, you are going to have to consider this day trip just to see what this part of Italy is all about.
The experience is going to bring a lot of joy to you.
Amanda Harper is a travel enthusiast with 10+ years of traveling experience across the planet. Her passion for writing and travel makes her a walking bibliography on modern-day tourism.