Located a few kilometers off the Italian coast, the island of Capri is a jewel of the Mediterranean. This island is full of treasures, whether for its landscapes or its secret coves. Over the centuries it has inspired many artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Oscar Wilde, or Hervé Vilard.
You can’t visit the island of Capri without finding yourself in front of this natural site called The Faraglioni, a beauty located at the southeast end of the island. The Faraglioni, three significant rocks, each around 100 meters high, are the consequence of disintegration between the waves and the limestone rock.