Capri is a more well-known seaside town, popular with luxury jet-setters and celebrities. The expensive restaurants, museum-quality jewelry shops, and designer brands are enough to keep your credit card busy, but this hamlet offers more than great shopping. Gray visits Anacapri, the smaller, forgotten town of Capri. While here he visits the gardens of Villa San Michele for a bird's eye view of the coast, accompanied by vibrant florals. Be sure to stop at the locals’ favorite beach club, Lido del Faro. You will see Italian children cannonballing off rocks into the sea below, just like Gray did when he was shooting the image, Capri. Then head to the eastern side of the island following the narrow footpath until you reach La Fontelina Beach Club where Gray shot The Overlook, La Fontelina.
Relax in the sun under the iconic blue umbrellas, represented in Gray’s image: La Fontelina Loungers. La Fontelina is also home to an incredible, authentic Italian seafood restaurant. Here, you'll find fresh pasta, seafood, and refreshing sangria, all paired with spectacular views.
Head out to Green Grotto, via boat, to immerse yourself in the mesmerizing marine world of storied sea caves and secret inlets. Your captain can lead you to the best-hidden beaches and to see all the highlights of this incredible island. On the horizon, you’ll spot three steep cliffs that jut out of the water, the famous Faraglioni rocks. You may recognize this lovely vista from previous days. Heading towards (and under) the archway of the rocks you will see Gray’s shot Afternoon Ride, Capri.