The Marina Grande.
Arco Naturale, a rough stone arch with steps leading down to a grotto.
Via Krupp, seen from the Giardini di Augusto.
In a boat looking out at Capri’s lighthouse.
Via Tiberio, a winding island road.
The Mediterranean as seen from the Via Orlando.
A fisherman in Capri’s Marina Grande.
The Piazzetta, the gathering place that is the soul of the island.
The cemetery at Anacapri.
Indulging at Ristorante Verginiello.
San Giacomo, Capri’s monastery.
Calzoleria Vincenzo Faiella, which specializes in handmade shoes.
Busatti, which sells old-world textiles.
Painted address tiles are seen all over the island.
Carthusia Profumi, where scent is a serious business.
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