Bougainvilleas climb over wild rocks and the waters of the sea make up the most wonderful scenery. With Europe’s oldest and finest thermal spas, quiet beaches and gastronomy that combines the goodies of the mountain with the treasures of the sea, Capri’s lesser tourist neighbor is the perfect place to enjoy the untouched beauties of southern Italy.
The history of the island begins in the early 8th century BC. When the Euboans established their first colony in the West with the name Pitikouses. Today, the small volcanic island in the north of the Gulf of Naples is a hideout for celebrities and ordinary visitors.
If you visit, don’t forget to admire the beautiful Medieval castle and La Mortella gardens, inspired by the Moorish gardens of the Alhambra in the Spanish city of Granada. You will see ponds, palm trees, fountains and over 1000 rare and exotic plants from all over the world.
If you want to taste something divine then you’ll just have to pay a visit at the atmospheric Gardenia Mare by the sea for Italian and Mediterranean cuisine or to go for dinner at La Lampara with special gastronomic flavors.
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