I can say definitively say that Capri is the most beautiful beach I've ever seen in my life. It's different from beaches I've seen in the past. There's no sand: no, just stones of all colors. The water is turquoise, and cool: not cold or hot. It's worth paying for the boat ride to see all the beaches on this island that I love.
Long ago I went to Capri but have not forgot the pictures that look like this, with only one to see it already makes the idea of going to the beach a hard one to think of. For those ve get dizzy, these are not your roads. You will hallucinate seeing twisted roads like a snake, overcoming obstacles, not knowing where the road will take you, never getting bored.
We arrived in Capri by ferry from Naples, a 40-minute journey. Upon arrival, we enjoyed an unforgettable sight: the beach of Marina Piccola, with its turquoise sea, coloured stones, boats ... just wonderful. It was July, high season, so the beach was really crowded, but that didn't stop me from walking along it and discovering every corner of it. This part of Marina Grande, where the vast majority of the incoming vessels arrive, has several pizzerias, ice cream parlours, souvenir shops, clothes shops, etc ... all colourful and charming. It's worth taking a boat ride to get to know the Blue Grotto and enjoy an overview of the island. I'd love to do it again.